One of the beautiful gifts we have received from technology is the ability to share resources - and to develop new ways to connect and to pray. Here are a few of our favorite offerings for Lent. (As throughout our site, the words in red act as links to another page or site.)


A poem for Easter This is the day,Greater than the day theRed Sea waters divided cunningly. This is the day, More beautiful thanNoah’s rampant rainbow. This is the day,A homecoming dearerThan that blest Prodigal’s. This is the day,More awful thanThree youths laughing in the blazing furnace. This is the dayHe spoke about in parable andPatient waiting.The day they never understoodUntil he passed through deathAnd a closed door.

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For Your Prayers

healing and mercy

Can you please pray for the healing of Stephen Paul. That Jesus will have divine mercy on his soul and body. Thank you

Prayers for our chaplain

We are saddened to share the news of the passing this morning of our beloved Father Pat Connor, Stuart's chaplain for 25 years. His impact on our community was great and he will be be truly missed. We know that God holds Father Pat close to his heart. http://bit.ly/1CLw76e

Love God, and if you cannot meditate you can always say: My God, I love you.

St. Madeleine Sophie Barat


"God’s love is the basis for the love we have for ourselves and each other," she says. "God’s love is what unites us and makes us hopeful."