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St. Barbara's Catholic Church

Email us at stbarb@tctwest.net/ Call us at 307.754.2480

 

St. Barbara's Church is a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people. Be sure to checkout the faith opportunities at the bottom of the page.

MISSION STATEMENT  St. Barbara’s has a threefold mission to our parishioners, community and diocese.

PARISHIONERS:  The mission of St. Barbara’s is to support each family and each individual through sound education in the Catholic Faith, programs and services.

All members shall be valued as living images of Christ and all are called to share their God given talents.

St. Barbara’s parish will always be firmly rooted in the Sacramental life of the Church as the principle means for all to grow in holiness.

The parish will reach out to people with physical, emotional and spiritual needs, those not practicing the Faith and any who seek God in their life.

COMMUNITY: St. Barbara’s parish will cordially welcome all who come to worship with us. We will faithfully and lovingly proclaim the truths of the Catholic Church that Christ personally established.

We will actively evangelize those who do not know God, those who have stopped practicing the Faith and make every effort to identify and remove the barriers that block them from being in full communion with us.

We will support and participate in activities that promote human dignity, serve the poor and enhance the quality of life in our community.

DIOCESE: St. Barbara’s will be in full obedience to our Pope and our Bishop, the Successor of the Apostles. We shall make every effort to fully implement the Bishop’’s pastoral plan and faithfully support his work with our prayers and our resources. We shall be especially proactive in fostering vocations to the priesthood and religious life.

We will actively seek ways of working with other parishes in the diocese.

A message from the Diocese. In Bishop Etienne’s Pastoral letter, Generous Distributors of God’s Grace, he calls upon “all parents to pray with their children. Talk to you children about the faith and about God’s plan for their lives. I am asking every parent to help their children prayerfully to reflect upon what God is calling them to do with their lives for him and for his people.” In response to this call, the Office of Pastoral Ministries has developed a monthly prayer calendar for families. Each day offers a different suggestion for prayer and a resource to assist the families. Each month a new calendar will be available, highlighting Holy Days, Saints and other significant days. The calendar is available on our website at www.dioceseofcheyenne.org and daily reminders will be posted on our Facebook page.

 

Family Prayers:

Marriage Prayer:

Almighty and Eternal God,
You blessed the union of married couples so that they might reflect the union of Christ with his Church: look with kindness on them. Renew their marriage covenant, increase our love in them, and strengthen their bond of peace so that, with their children, they may always rejoice in the gift of your blessing. We ask this through Christ our Lord. AMEN
~USCCB
 
 

Prayer for peace in family:

Lord, be with my family. Grant us your peace and harmony, an end to conflict and division. Gift us with compassion to better understand each other, wisdom and love to assist each other, and trust and patience to live together. Grant that through the intercession of your mother, Mary and St. Joseph, our family may become a holy family accepting each other working together in unity, selflessly dedicated to one another and to You, Lord. AMEN

Lord, Jesus, you love each of us individually with a unique and personal love. Touch my life with your saving power, heal and restore me to fullness of life. Help me to give wholly of myself in loving service to others. AMEN

Bless Our Marriage:

We thank You, O God, for the love You have implanted in our hearts. May it always inspire us to be kind in our words, considerate of feelings, and concerned for each other's needs and wishes. Help us to be understanding and forgiving of human weakness and failings. Increase our faith and trust in You and may Your prudence guide our life and love. Bless our marriage, O God with peace and happiness, and make our love fruitful for your glory and our joy both here and in eternity. 

For more married and family resources checkout the following website:http://www.foryourmarriage.org/

           

             marriageuniqueforareason.org

 

Flocknotes is a more effective way for us to communicate what is happening here at St. Barbara's through email, text messaging, and even phone calls. To sign-up go to https://new.flocknote.com/StBarbaraCatholicChurch  or text StBarbara to 84576

Lent:

 

Lent Resources from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops:

Lent

What is Lent? A Journey Back to God by Cardinal Dolan 

Fasting & Abstinence of meat

A Reflection on Fasting

Corporal Works of Mercy

Spiritual Works of Mercy

Lectio Divina

            Lectio Divina for Ash Wednesday

            Lectio Divina for the First Sunday of Lent

Checkout these things through Lent from Formed.org:

The Forgiven Series

Symbolon Part 1, Episode 6: The Paschal Mystery, The Mystery of Jesus' Death & Resurrection

Catholicism, Episode 10: World Without End, The Last things

Symbolon Part 1 Episode 10: The Last things

YDisciple, The Creed: Session 6

 

For your Faith Journey:

1) Visit our Adoration Chapel

2) Visit Formed.org

3)Visit the United State Conference of Catholic Bishops website www.usccb.org

4) check out the following:

How Can I pray 

31 Days with St. Ignatius 

A year of Family prayers

Forms of Prayer

Charity: Mark of a true Disicple 

The Church continues Christ's Ministry of Healing 

A video on why marriage matters

A video on what marriage is all about 

A Seven day virtual marriage retreat with Pope Francis

You have to work at it, Marriage is worth it

Marital Spirituality 

Holiness-in the Bible and Beyond

Mystery of the Incarnation: Model of Evangelization 

 

Be Sure to mark your Calendars for this year's (2017) VBS June 13th-15th

and check out the VBS video on the Faith Formation page

 

 Mark your calendars for Septemeber 8-10th, 2017 for the Fathers of                          Mercy Family Retreat.

 

For More/Other Resources on the Faith Formation page click here  

Be sure to follow St.Barbara's on Facebook.

Formed.org

 

 

Serenity Pregnancy Resource Center

http://serenityprc.org/

 

 

 

 

 

 

Masses

Saturday - 5:45 p.m.

Sunday - 9:00 a.m.

Sunday -12:00 noon(Latin Mass)

 Latin Mass Calendar

Sunday - 5:00 p.m

 

Daily Masses:

 

Tuesday- noon (12 p.m.)

Wednesday- 5:30 p.m.

Thursday-7:30 a.m.

Friday-7:30 a.m.

1st Saturdays- 8 a.m. Adoration & Confessions,  
9 a.m. Mass

     If you do not regulary attend the Extra Ordinary Form Mass, you may call 754-2753 to confirm time and place.  Thank you.

Sacrament of Reconciliation- Saturday 9:00 a.m. & 4:00p.m and after the daily Liturgies T-F.

 

Click Below for Altar Server & liturgical minister Schedule:

Liturgical Minister schedule

 

Lenten Fridays:

Masses: 7:30am & 5:30pm

Soup Supers: 6:00pm

Stations of the Cross: 7:00pm

 

Lenten Penance Services:

St. Anthony's (Cody) Monday, March 20th 7:00pm

 

St. Barbara's (Powell) Tuesday, March 21st 7:00pm

 

Sacred Heart (Greybull) Wednesday, March 22nd 7:00pm

 

St. Joseph's (Lovell) Thursday, March 23rd 7:00pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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