2021 Jan 18 St. Thomas News
St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Le Sueur will have masses with Father Chris Shofner: Saturdays at 5:15 p. m. and Sundays at 8 a. m. and10:30 a. m.. Check the website for more instructions.
Our sympathies to dedicated reader, Mary Kay Wento, and her family, on the death of her son, Staff Sergeant James Wento, who passed away January 5, 2021. James was serving as Headquarters Platoon Sergeant in an overseas tour belonging to 2-2 Assault Helicopter Battalion stationed in Yongsan, South Korea. A Funeral Mass will be at St. Anne’s in Le Sueur. Burial at Fort Snelling National Cemetery with full Military Honors. With all that is going on presently in the world, we need to remember to continue to pray for our soldiers overseas.
Fred Roufs, well known baseball promoter, passed away January 12, 2021. Fred graduated with the Le Sueur’s ‘Class of 1965’ with a few from St. Thomas.
The Le Center Legion is hosting the Annual St. Thomas steak fry on Saturday, January 23. The get-together will start between 6:00-7:00 pm for social hour before supper. The Legion will require social distancing and masks to comply with Government requirements. Masks required to comply with Government requirements.
T. C. was a business caller in Belle Plaine on Sunday morning.
Out of the Belle Plaine Herald Archives last week: “The St. Thomas Parish was presenting a home talent play. In the cast were John Sullivan, Monica Connelly, James Regan, Dennis Halloran, Mary Halloran, Patrick Connelly, Bernice Sullivan, and Catherine Halloran.” Jan. 13, 1931
Wish we could watch this on a dvd!
Have a good week and God bless.