A TIME TO SHOW RESPECT, A TIME FOR PEACE

Following the mass for All Saints, in the Church Square, the Trappes parish community welcomed the local mayor and several members of the municipal council, religious leaders of different faiths, and the faithful:  Protestants and Orthodox Christians, Jews, Muslims, to commemorate the victims of the Nice Basilica. This gathering, hoped for by many, was an opportunity to remind ourselves of how we want to move forward together at Trappes, with all our differences, choosing the road of mutual understanding, of encounter, of friendship, the only road for…

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TRAPPES, CHRONICLE OF A PARISH DURING COVID 19.

  During lockdown (1st edition…) and the loosening of lockdown (1st edition), the production company “les Films du Large” filmed many hours of life in Trappes.  Lisette Lemoine and Aubin Hello the producers, KTO channel and the Saint Georges parish of Trappes are happy to present their 52 minute documentary. November 9, 2020 at 20:40 on channel KTO. The cameramen had to make cuts to their reports.  You will not see the parts filmed at the Sisters of the Sacred Heart, but you will have an overview…

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Take the time to give thanks

60 years of fidelity to God! What a joy it was for the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Segonzac and Jonzac, their associates and the parish assembly, to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Sister Marie-Yvonne Tendron on Sunday October 25, 2020. 60 years of faithfulness to God in the service of others, spending 37 of them in Africa.  And working devotedly with her sisters in the Segonzac parish for the last 10 years! As she said modestly in her word of thanks, she is…

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My Mission at 49 rue Mutchmore

Just finished helping a man in my building to register on-line for a family Doctor.  He said he didn’t have the patience to do it himself.  It is these kinds of things that I find myself doing in the building where I live.  Sometimes it is as simple as picking up a few groceries or changing a light bulb.  Other times it involves doing a bit of pastoral ministry and talking about forgiveness with a man who spent most of his life working on merchant ships.  For…

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