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For the Sheep in Exile – Bulletin 2016-11-06

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One objective of the Sheep of Kephas blog is to provide news and useful information to parishioners who have decided to attend Mass at neighboring parishes. In other words, this is for the “Sheep in Exile”. In mid-2014, when the period of exile began, there was no way the Sheep in Exile could obtain a copy of the parish bulletin. That is when this blog began to post weekly bulletins on this site. For sometime now, the St. Peter’s Website has been posting a copy of the bulletin. Recently, postings have actually occurred prior to the Saturday 5:00 PM Mass. However, the parish Website does not yet post bulletin flyers nor does it have an archive of past bulletins as does this blog.

Image result for smiley faceNow that I am certain that this blog is being monitored by those close to parish administration, I can recommend to them that they follow the example set by the Sheep of Kephas blog and post bulletin flyers and build an archive of past bulletins for reference purposes. Meanwhile, the Sheep of Kephas blog will continue to render this service for those who remain in exile.

Several parishioners who continue to attend Mass at St. Peter’s have purchased the Daily Roman Missal or other publications so that they can follow the Mass. This, of course, is because the missalettes were removed from the pews some time back. Our Pastor quite often uses an Eucharistic Prayer that is not available in the missal or other publications. As another service from the Sheep of Kephas blog here is a copy of the Eucharistic Prayer for Use in Masses for Various Needs (I – IV).

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3 Comments

  1. You are doing a great job, Char. A priest once told me that if you can’t stop a scandal shine the light on it. Fr. Tuck has many good qualities, but fidelity to the Lord and His Church isn’t one of them unfortunately. We all need to remember to pray for him daily because shepherds who scandalize the flock have a lot for which to answer on Judgment Day. Our Lady, Queen of the Clergy, intercede for Fr. Grinnell.

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  2. Fleeb says:

    The silence from the chancery is deafening. They are fully aware of this situation yet do nothing. The new bishop is on Twitter @bishopburidge and all of us need to not only comment here, but tweet as well.

    Can The Sheep of Kephas create Facebook and Twitter accounts? Blogs are good, but very limited unless you also post to SM.

    Use the power of social media!

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