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St. Gerald Catholic Church SAINTST. GERALD CATHOLIC CHURCH CATHOLIC CHURCH Ralston, NE Home About Us Pastors, Deacons, Staff Pastoral Council History / Virtual Tour Stations of the Cross Our Risen Christ Stewardship Intention Automatic Payments Register Online Questions? Contact Us School School Homepage School News & Info Lunch Menu Teachers & Staff School Advisory Board Home & School Accelerated Reader Athletics Association Sycamore Login Ministries Liturgical Ministers Knights of Columbus MOMS St.Vincent dePaul Marriage Encounter Pro Life Human Needs Funeral Luncheon Habitat for Humanity Prayer Intentions Groups Friends on Q Women's Social and Service Group Men's Club Vocations Committee Adult Education RCIA Parish Festival Golf League Social Committee Youth Youth Ministry YDisciple Family Formation Confirmation Altar Servers Adult Volunteers Athletics Association Columbian Squires More Info Weekly Bulletin Mass Times & Sacraments Ministry Schedules Events Calendar Spirit Link Parish Library Lighthouse Catholic Media Stand DONATE ONLINE HOPE Program Guardian Angel Dinner Vatican News Feed Like Us On Facebook West church at 96th & Q Corpus Christi Procession East chapel and school at 78th & Lakeview Previous Next We are a Catholic faith community devoted to becoming a dynamic center of worship. We challenge ourselves to lead lives patterned after Jesus. With gratitude we share our faith, talents, gifts and resources so that more people experience God's love. Weekly Bulletin Your number one source for news and events. Read the bulletin every week and learn about all we have going on at St. Gerald! Mass Times & Sacraments Join us for daily or weekend masses. You will also find reconciliation times, baptism and marriage information and more! News and Information Highlights of upcoming events, special mass times, announcements and more! Teachings and Homilies Hear the Good News! Feed your soul with multimedia learning resources. St. Gerald School Come find out what our parents already know... learn more about our wonderful school! Register Online New to St. Gerald? Welcome! Click here to register as a new parishioner. Crucified and Resurrected Sculptures of Jesus Dear Members of St. Gerald, Many of you have probably already noticed that the sculpture of the resurrected Christ has now been erected in the narthex of the church. Traditionally, of course, the resurrected Christ was erected on the wall behind the main altar in the church, while the crucified Christ remained in storage, except for the season of Lent. After consulting with our parish council and several other parishioners, and with the permission of Lou and Kathy D'Ercole, the donors of the resurrected Christ, I have decided to permanently erect both of these breath-taking sculptures in our church so that all of us can enjoy their beauty year-round. In making this difficult decision, and with the feedback of other parishioners, I had to decide where it would be most appropriate to erect these beautiful sculptures. Many of you are old enough to remember that the "Mass" was commonly known as the "Holy Sacrifice of the Mass". At every Mass, the sacrifice of Christ on Calvary is renewed. It is one and the same sacrifice He made for us over two thousand years ago, and is now made present to us (sacramentally) on our altars. The only difference now is that His perpetual offering of Himself, in giving us His Body and Blood, is an unbloody sacrifice, but it is still the same sacrifice. We, on our part, and as His disciples, are there to unite our own sacrificial offering of ourselves with His sacrificial offering for the salvation of souls, including our own. That is why the Catholic Church has traditionally erected crucifixes in our sanctuaries near our altars. The crucifix is a beautiful reminder to all of us of the great mystery we are not only witnessing on our altars, but partaking of as well. And that is why, traditionally, the Church has always required that the crucified Christ be erected in our sanctuaries near the altar, even outside the celebration of the Mass (General Instruction of the Roman Missal, # 308). And, so, that is why I felt it was most appropriate to permanently erect our crucified Lord behind the altar. Jesus' sacrificial offering of Himself is not merely a Lenten reality, but is a reality for all times and for all places. It is a reality we celebrate, not just during the season of Lent, but throughout the entire year every time we come to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The most appropriate place for the resurrected Christ, on the other hand, seemed to me to be in the narthex of the church. This joyful image of the resurrected Christ will still be very visible to us in our church, and it is a beautiful reminder of the mandate Jesus gave each us as He ascended to His Father and ours. And that mandate is to "go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations. And that He would be with [us] always, until the end of the age" (Mt. 28:19-20). Having both sculptures on permanent display also reminds us that we cannot have one without the other. As a disciple of Christ, you and I can only share in the glorious victory and joy of the Resurrection to the degree we are willing to share in His suffering and death. In other words, no cross, no glory! As we approach Holy Week, may the good Lord grant each of us a renewed love for the cross, and a greater courage to take it up with Him for the salvation of our souls and the souls of countless others! May our union with the passion and death of our Lord Jesus Christ lead each of us to the glory and unlimited joy of His resurrection! And may our risen Lord, crucified for our sins, bless each of you and your families in abundance this Easter season! In the Victorious Lamb, Fr. Mark Spiritual Detox - Lent 2017 St. Gerald's, 96th & Q Tuesday evenings 7:00 - 8:15 pm during Lent Feb 28: Votive Mass in Honor of the Holy Face Mar 7: Detoxing from ANGER Facebook Video Audio Anger - Examination of Conscience - PDF Helpful Ways to Attack Anger - PDF Mar 14: Detoxing from ENVY Facebook Video Audio Envy - Examination of Conscience - PDF Helpful Ways to Attack Envy - PDF Mar 21: Detoxing from PRIDE Audio Pride - Examination of Conscience - PDF Helpful Ways to Attack Pride - PDF Mar 28: Detoxing from LUST & GLUTTONY Facebook Video Audio Lust - Examination of Conscience - PDF Helpful Ways to Attack Lust - PDF Gluttony - Examination of Conscience - PDF Helpful Ways to Attack Gluttony - PDF Apr 4: Detoxing from SLOTH & GREED Audio - Sloth Sloth - Examination of Conscience - PDF Helpful Ways to Attack Sloth - PDF Greed - Examination of Conscience - PDF Helpful Ways to Attack Greed - PDF IMPORTANT: Disciple Maker Index Survey Please help us participate by completing a 10-15 minute survey as soon as possible. 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