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Year of Mercy: Holy Doors & Open Hearts

In this Year of Mercy, I know many people have had incredible experiences of receiving the Father’s Mercy and of profound encounters with Christ at deeper levels of their lives.  I hope you are taking advantage of this Jubilee Year of Mercy.  Here is just one story I wish to share with you. Someone recently made a visit to the Holy Door at the Sacred Heart Chapel in the Grand Teton National Park. When they arrived, the church was empty, and he had the place to himself. The lights were not on, so it was rather dark and […]

Holy Door For Year Of Mercy Open In Teton National Park

As this Year of Mercy progresses, we now have a Holy Door for pilgrims to visit in the western portion of the Diocese of Cheyenne. Now that the Teton National Park has reopened for the season, we were able to dedicate another Holy Door in the State of Wyoming in the beautiful Sacred Heart Chapel. I had every intention of presiding over the ceremony, but illness prevented me from being on hand, so Fr. Louis Shea got to do the honors!  A local reporter from the Jackson Hole News & Guide provided a nice story, […]

Our Lady of the Woods and Sacred Heart Chapel

 As summer winds down, I made my way to the northwest of the diocese this week. I’ve been to Dubois several times, but this week was the first time to visit the church and celebrate Mass with the faithful. Our Lady of the Woods is a beautiful church. It is perhaps one of the most distant churches from any other parish. It has its own rectory, (a very nice one, I might add) and is quite well kept.  The mission is served from St. Margaret in Riverton.  Fr. Eckley Macklin, SOLT is the associate to […]

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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