VIDEO: St. John Eudes, pray for All Things New and our priests!

“The most evident mark of God’s anger, and the most terrible castigation He can inflict upon the world, is manifest when He permits His people to fall into the hands of a clergy who are more in name than in deed, priests who practice the cruelty of ravening wolves rather than the charity and affection of devoted shepherds.”
St. John Eudes

St. John Eudes’ Feast Day is tomorrow, Friday, August 19, the same day that Archbishop Rozanski will have a day of reflection tied to “All Things New” with all the priests in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. It is rare that an Archbishop gathers ALL his priests in a large diocese. This must be a very important meeting. Please pray for all our priests and our Archdiocesan leaders that they will have the heart of St. John Eudes. St. John Eudes lived during times of the plague and went out to tend to his flock and cared for them, giving them Communion and Last Rites and burying the dead. He made sure to care for his brother priests, too, by living in a wine cask in the middle of a field. St. John Eudes, pray for us!

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    Thank you SO much for sounding the alarm and informing us in your humble & biblical way. I’m fasting today for the priests’ Day of Reflection. St John Eudes, pray for us!
    Lori Ohms
    Sacred Heart parish
    Troy, MO

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  1. Lori Ohms says:

    Thank you SO much for sounding the alarm and informing us in your humble & biblical way. I’m fasting today for the priests’ Day of Reflection. St John Eudes, pray for us!
    Lori Ohms
    Sacred Heart parish
    Troy, MO

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