Testing has begun on the geothermal energy project at St. Augustine Cathedral! We're so excited to be supporting this project through the St. Francis Xavier Fund!
We need your help to fund a renewable energy project at the Cathedral Parish! If you'd like to support the project, make a donation to the St. Francis Xavier Fund today!
This grant from the St. Francis Xavier Fund is GEO-NORMOUS! In fact, it’s the biggest grant we’ve ever awarded. Over the next two years, St. Augustine Cathedral will receive $400,000 to help fund the installation of a geothermal energy system. When it’s done, it’ll be the first church in the Diocese of Bridgeport to be heated and cooled entirely by renewable energy. How exciting!
Today the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast Day of St. John Vianney! He’s one of our favorites here at Foundations in Faith, especially where our fund supporting retired priests is concerned. St. John Vianney, pray for us!
Today we would like to share this beautiful prayer written by one of our board members, Patrick Turner:
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Loving God, we come to you today in need of your healing hand. In you, all things are possible.
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We ask you to heal our wounded and troubled hearts. We ask you to heal the torments that cause anxiety in our Church. We ask you, in a particular way, to heal all things which are the cause of sin. 
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You know well my own burdens. You search my heart and you know my worries and fears, as well as my joys and delights. I place all these things in your hands: the good and the bad alike. Give me the trust I need to let go of the past and to hope in the future. 
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Healing God, bring grace, mercy, good judgment, and right thinking to all of our Church leaders. Help us to do what is needed in your Church: to heal, to guide, and to strengthen our parish and faith communities. 
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Give us rest at the end of the day, and help us to remember the words of Thomas Merton: “Therefore I will trust you always. Though I may seem lost and in the shadow of death, I will not fear, for you are ever with me, and you will never leave me to face my perils alone.”
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Amen.

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Testing has begun on the geothermal energy project at St. Augustine Cathedral! We're so excited to be supporting this project through the St. Francis Xavier Fund!
We need your help to fund a renewable energy project at the Cathedral Parish! If you'd like to support the project, make a donation to the St. Francis Xavier Fund today!
This grant from the St. Francis Xavier Fund is GEO-NORMOUS! In fact, it’s the biggest grant we’ve ever awarded. Over the next two years, St. Augustine Cathedral will receive $400,000 to help fund the installation of a geothermal energy system. When it’s done, it’ll be the first church in the Diocese of Bridgeport to be heated and cooled entirely by renewable energy. How exciting!
Today the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast Day of St. John Vianney! He’s one of our favorites here at Foundations in Faith, especially where our fund supporting retired priests is concerned. St. John Vianney, pray for us!
Today we would like to share this beautiful prayer written by one of our board members, Patrick Turner:
.
Loving God, we come to you today in need of your healing hand. In you, all things are possible.
.
We ask you to heal our wounded and troubled hearts. We ask you to heal the torments that cause anxiety in our Church. We ask you, in a particular way, to heal all things which are the cause of sin. 
.
You know well my own burdens. You search my heart and you know my worries and fears, as well as my joys and delights. I place all these things in your hands: the good and the bad alike. Give me the trust I need to let go of the past and to hope in the future. 
.
Healing God, bring grace, mercy, good judgment, and right thinking to all of our Church leaders. Help us to do what is needed in your Church: to heal, to guide, and to strengthen our parish and faith communities. 
.
Give us rest at the end of the day, and help us to remember the words of Thomas Merton: “Therefore I will trust you always. Though I may seem lost and in the shadow of death, I will not fear, for you are ever with me, and you will never leave me to face my perils alone.”
.
Amen.