You may have heard by now that the Archbishop has suspended all public Catholic Masses and Catholic Schools, effective today, March 16th until April 6th. This also means all official public gatherings on parish grounds are also suspended until April 6th. Below you will find information and resources to help you during this troubling time.
“I will appoint for you shepherds after my own heart, who will shepherd you wisely and prudently” –Jeremiah 3:15
We are so blessed to have Father Buehler be us on our Journey with Christ. Take a moment to listen to the latest homily form Father Raymond Buehler, Parochial Administrator of Good Shepherd Parish.
A letter from George Rhodes Father Buehler, Deacons, and all parishioners of Good Shepherd in Hillsboro, Amidst these peculiar times, with the interruptions to our daily lives and the different forms of isolation we face, one particular community I miss being a part of right now is the Good Shepherd parish. On Wednesday, March 18, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary closed due to the restrictions it faced in response to the pandemic, along with all the other schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. By 5:00 that evening, all of the seminarians were required to move out of the building for an unknown and extensive amount of time. We were notified on the evening of Monday, only two days prior. Those two days forced the strangest goodbyes on our seminary community, and we did our best to foster joyful fraternity in the sudden, immense change. I packed as many of my things I could into my car and drove back to Kansas that Wednesday afternoon. One of the difficulties of those two days was realizing I could not come back to Good Shepherd, the parish to [...]
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