COULD IT MAKE US LESS PROUD OF OUR CHURCH? While there are no doubt many who find their support of St. Isabel Church necessary, or at least tolerable, it is important to remember what has actually happened over the past nearly four years. In the most underhanded and impossibly inexcusable way, the Bishop of this… Continue reading COULD IT MAKE US LESS PROUD OF OUR CHURCH?
EVERYTHING BISHOP DEWANE NEEDED TO KNOW IS IN THE SCRIPTURES The gospel for Mass this past Monday, from Matthew, says “Stop judging, that you may not be judged. For as you judge, so will you be judged, and the measure with which you measure will be measured out to you. Why do you notice the… Continue reading EVERYTHING BISHOP DEWANE NEEDED TO KNOW IS IN THE SCRIPTURES
We have heard that Connie Mara, a long time resident of Sanibel and member of St. Isabel's Parish & Women's Guild, has been admitted to the hospital in Arvada, Colorado. Connie is to have emergency surgery tomorrow morning. In a special way, we ask that you keep Connie in your prayers tomorrow morning and ask… Continue reading Prayer Request
we pray for patience , perseverance , persistence----and to stay positive------the 4 P's! As I look up I see white fluffy clouds - and then one big dark cloud...……….. we have a picture hanging on our stairway - it says 'Smile at the Rain'------I see it as I climb the stairs up and again as… Continue reading we pray for patience , perseverance , persistence—-and to stay positive——the 4 P’s!
AN OPEN LETTER TO BISHOP DEWANE ON THE OCCASION OF WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN FR. CHRISTOPHER’S SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY Dear Bishop Dewane, We take this opportunity to wish you all the blessings of this glorious Easter season, and as always, we pray for your good health and safety. On April 23, 2003, Fr. Christopher Senk began… Continue reading AN OPEN LETTER TO BISHOP DEWANE ON THE OCCASION OF WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN FR. CHRISTOPHER’S SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY
Twas late in ‘19 when the virus began Bringing chaos and fear to all people, each land. People were sick, hospitals full, Doctors overwhelmed, no one in school. As winter gave way to the promise of spring, The virus raged on, touching peasant and king. People hid in their homes from the enemy unseen. They… Continue reading How the Virus Stole Easter By Kristi Bothur With a nod to Dr. Seuss