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“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 Weber with us on our Journey with Christ.  Take a moment to listen to the latest homily from Father Ryan Weber, Pastor of Good Shepherd Parish.

April 3rd, 2022

Last Sunday as I was wearing the customary Rose or Pink Vestments for Mass on Laetare Sunday, I thought it might be a good time for a refresher for us all as to why we have all of these vestments. The main vestment that a priest wears at Mass is called the Chasuble. The word chasuble comes from the Medieval Latin casubula, a by-word of the Late Latin casula, which denoted a cloak with a hood. Casula is a diminutive form of casa, which means 'house'. A casula and a house provide shelter from the rain. The chasuble originated from the clothing worn by the lower classes in Ancient Greece. This garment was later adapted by the Romans. In ancient times the chasuble was often much larger than the ones we have today. Saint Augustine of Hippo who lived in the early 400’s, compares chasubles of his day to “a hut that encompasses the whole body.” It had a round or cone-like shape with a hole in the center for the head to stick through. The chasuble was used by bishops and priests from [...]

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Fr. Ryan Weber
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Office: 636-789-3356


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Brenda Bone
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Paul Martin
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Dan Raidt
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Sunday Mass 5/22/2022

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Thank you for joining the Good Shepherd Live Mass for Sunday 5/22/2022 Readings for Sunday 5/22/2022 Reading I Acts 15:1-2, 22-29 Some who had come down from Judea [...]

Saturday Mass 5/21/2022

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Thank you for joining the Good Shepherd Live Mass for Saturday 5/21/2022 Readings for Saturday 5/21/2022 Reading I Acts 15:1-2, 22-29 Some who had come down from Judea [...]

Friday Mass 5/20/2022

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Thank you for joining the Good Shepherd Live Mass for Friday 5/20/2022 Readings for Friday 5/20/2022 Reading I Acts 15:22-31 The Apostles and presbyters, in agreement with the [...]

Thursday Mass 5/19/2022

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Thank you for joining the Good Shepherd Live Mass for Thursday 5/19/2022 Readings for Thursday 5/19/2022 Reading I Acts 15:7-21 After much debate had taken place, Peter got [...]

Tuesday Mass 5/17/2022

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Thank you for joining the Good Shepherd Live Mass for Tuesday 5/17/2022 Readings for Tuesday 5/17/2022 Reading I Acts 14:19-28 In those days, some Jews from Antioch and [...]

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Sunday: 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.
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