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For the Sheep in Exile – Bulletin 2015-07-26

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Here is Bulletin_2015-07-26.

“We await the sunrise.” These are words that come to mind as this post unfolds before me so early in the day. Where I have seen these words before?

“So, in this dark night of the world, when men turned their backs on Him Who is the Light of the World, we look to Mary to guide our feet while we await the sunrise.”

– Treasure in Clay: The Autobiography of Fulton J. Sheen

And does it not seem that we are “in this dark night of the world”?

1. Six Flags Down – Five More to Go: Last week, Father gave us Myth #5 from German Lopez’ list of 11 Myths about Homelessness in America. We predicted that this week we would see Myth #6: The homeless are older and single. So it was predicted and so it is.

Father continues to wave his Homelessness Flag.

Next week’s bulletin myth will very likely be Myth #7: Homelessness is only a problem in big cities. Some day, perhaps it will be in a Parish Council meeting or in the bulletin, or it might be through some type of surrogate, an appeal will be made to help the homeless in Rappahannock County.

2. Knights of Columbus – From the St. Peter’s Website, congratulations to Grand Knight Bob Ward and all the new officers of Council 14755 who were installed on July 14th.

Dearest Mary, Mother of our Lord, as “we await the sunrise”, please guide my feet to “Him Who is the Light of the World”.

 

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