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Snow Buries Holy Family Parish!

Ice and snow are everywhere. Trees are broken and the power lines are sparking.

The trees are beautiful, at least the ones which survived.

Fortunately there are no rentals, actually one was cancelled, as was a funeral and a wedding. Tons of snow separate the hall from the church and rectory.

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  1. Hey Fr. Joe,

    My nephew and Godson Chris is finishing up his senior year at Conception Abbey in Conception, MO. It looks like his bishop will be sending him on to a seminary in Washington D.C. to continue his studies. He was to go visit the seminary a while back, but the trip was cancelled due to this snow storm. I will go visit Chris if he ends up in Washington, and I would love to come to Mass at Holy Family and see you while I’m there. Take care and God bless you. John

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