Fr. Steve’s updates

Jesus was noted for his companionship with people at table, and that’s often part of my “work” at St. Joseph’s.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Jesus was noted for his companionship with people at table, and that’s often part of my “work” at St. Joseph’s.

After mass, I visited the Speyer Home for brunch. The 6th – 8th grade boys were most welcoming. They filled me in on how the track team is doing, made predictions about their upcoming home run derby.

We talked NBA playoffs over scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy. Eighth grader Sean helped his houseparent with most of the cooking, and it turned out great.

Then for supper, I was off to a pot luck shared by the six homes that make up our middle school grades. We had a lull in the rains, and sitting across from each other on the picnic tables was great fun.

Campus comes more alive when we can be outside in the warmer weather.

Author: St. Joseph's Indian School

At St. Joseph's Indian School, our privately-funded programs for Lakota (Sioux) children in need have evolved over 89 years of family partnership, experience and education. Because of generous friends who share tax-deductible donations, Native American youth receive a safe, stable home life; individual counseling and guidance; carefully planned curriculum based on Lakota culture and individual student needs and tools to help build confidence, boost self-esteem and improve cultural awareness. All of this helps children to live a bright, productive, possibility-filled future.

9 thoughts on “Fr. Steve’s updates”

  1. Welcome home, Fr Steve!
    Although this too, is a cliche it is heartfelt. i wish I could send you some S.Carolina sunshine and temperature for your picnics. Next time you come on a visit
    let it be Spring when all azaleas, wisteria,
    camellia and others are in full bloom. So much so that property lines are covered with exquisite colors!
    Please don’t forget to rest between your visits. You have been through an ordeal with
    great courage.
    Many blessings, paula

  2. Being at home, with your feet under your own table is SURE good..!..Rain or Shine..!
    Have fun…!
    Hugs and Prayers…
    Mia and Bob

  3. My computer was not behaving itself this A.M..so you may have had a repeat of this message this morning. If so, sorry about that..Hope you could live with so much repetition..!
    More Hugs and prayers..!..
    Mia and Bob

  4. It’s so wonderful that you are home. I can “hear” your happiness in your words. Don’t overdo, but enjoy!

  5. Father Steve how do I get these earth day email cards? I don’t know to much about computers yet so explain in detail how I can get these cards? I do hope you are feeling better and better everyday. God Bless you.

  6. Father Steve what is a face book as far as a computer goes and what is it for? How much does it cost? Hope you are still doing well. Patty ann Latham (my nickname)

  7. Father Steve I am so glad to hear you are finished with your radiation treatments, I hope all is well with you now just take at easy until your strenght all comes back, that will take about 6 months I think. You see my husband died of pancreatic cancer, it was very painful 24/7. I still couldn’t get the computer to register me on your Face book so tommorrow I will call and see if anyone has the time to help me get entered in your face book. God Bless you Father Steve.

  8. I once signed up for your email club but forgot my passwor. I niw uase moon wolfprints and my new email address is mccluskey1963@charter.net, can anyone help me what do I do now. So glad you are doing so well Fatrher Steve Patty ann

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