Tuesday, June 8, 2010


FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: “The Crusader wished to make Jerusalem a Christian town; but the English dies not wish to make Berlin an English town. He only has hatred of it as a Prussian town.” G. K. Chesterton in, “The Meaning of the Crusades.

QUOTE II: “Where two are three are gathered in His name, we will serve donuts.” Marguarite Nagy


WIN THIS CAR! Go here to get a ticket. Support the students of St. Sebastian School and win a 2010 KIA Soul. Proceeds from the raffle will directly reduce tuition for the 2010-2011 school year and provide funds for unique learning programs.

At the last St. Sebastian Men's Breakfast Club they provided some websites to give a boost to men's spiritual lives. They are Catholicmenresources.org, fathersforgood.org, and emmausjourney.org.

Diane sent this in: "I know when my friend, Elaine and I started our website I sent the link out. We have made improvements and are open to more suggestions as to how we can make it better! Please take a look and read the posts from the beginning!" The site, "is your resource for: Practical advice on how to navigate the medical maze, videos to show you how to safely assist a loved one with personal care and daily tasks, and downloadable forms to help you communicate effectively with your doctor." See the site here.

The Diocese of Cleveland Enewsletter asks did you know, "The gateway to heaven is through the chapel doors at Sacred Hearts Academy in Honolulu. Or so one could argue after watching the series finale of the ABC-TV show "Lost" in late May. Several key scenes in the last episode were shot at the all-girls Catholic school.

The finale's penultimate scene showed the major characters from the TV show's six seasons reuniting after their deaths in a church before "moving on" to another life, as character Christian Shephard called it in the episode, named 'The End.'" Read more here.

From the same source: "Did you know, the National Catholic College Admission Association was established in 1959? The National CCAA is a nonprofit organization of Catholic colleges and universites committed to promoting the value of Catholic higher education and serving students in the transition to college." Read more here.

Do you want to be armed with the proper statistics when entering a discussion about abortion and life? Here is short video (2:01) to help you out from Godtube.

Thanks to E. L. we have this slide show from this weekend at St. Sebastian. It includes our first Eucharistic procession for Corpus Christi (with the new canopy made by one of our parishioners) as well as the piano and organ recitals and the battle of the bands. Thank you so much!

Created with flickr slideshow.

1 comment:

MJ said...

I wanted to go to the 11:00 Mass but I had 10:00 at my parish :(
Looks like the procession worked out really well and Karen did an awesome job making the canopy.
Sebastian looks like he had a great time at the donut social!!