By Fr. Michel Mulloy, Vicar General The Year of the Eucharist will begin on June 23, 2019. I thought it would be good to share with you some insight concerning the celebration of the Eucharist. I think we need to begin by asking, why do I go to Mass? Years ago, a professor answered that […]
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St. Thomas More High School students Ian Krump, Patrick Kellar, Rose Wingert and Liam McGuire mix cement for a new sidewalk at the Mustard Seed Community in Jamaica. (Courtesy photo) This past Holy Week, I was blessed to be part of the St. Thomas More Mission trip to the Mustard Seeds Communities in Jamaica. One […]
We find our deepest meaning in life in those outstretched arms. It is a place of union in our darkest hours, in our times of greatest pain, in those seemingly hopeless moments. To be held in his loving embrace is to experience eternal life now, though in our limited human way. Here is where we are most loved and cheris
The Liturgy Commission of the Diocese has been working with me to develop a series of short teachings that can be used throughout the Year of the Eucharist in the context of the celebration of the Mass.
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We often think it is the role of adults to teach children, but in my experience it is children who often teach adults. A very long time ago I read that children are proof that God has not yet given up on us. In the last month three people have shared stories of children with me that both warm my heart and teach me profound truths.
In the four Eucharistic Prayers that are used at Sunday Mass, we pray for unity and peace, for faith and charity in the church. Together with the pope and our bishop, we ask God the Father to grant us these graces. The four Eucharistic Prayers express our belief that we, the body of Christ, the […]
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The Diocese of Rapid City is working on creating a new pastoral center in the Black Hills Federal Credit Union building on Main Street in Rapid City. The credit union is selling this building and will move into a new facility across the street in a couple months. (WRC photo) The Living the Mission Campaign […]
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