This is the second installment of my series on the week that was.

The first article covered the week of October 25th.

If you haven’t read the first article yet, I highly recommend reading it first.

The second installment focuses on the day of October 26th, the day after the church bells rang at St. Andrew’s Cathedral.

I’ve gotten so many questions about this week that I wanted to share it with everyone.

Here is a brief summary of what I learned: The church bells went off at St Andrew’s in St. Louis, Missouri, on October 26, 2017, to commemorate the passing of St. Peter and St. Paul, the founders of the Catholic Church.

The church bells were intended to serve as a reminder of how we can go out to serve others and to pay our respect to our departed brothers and sisters, especially those who lost their lives at the hands of hate.

We will be taking a closer look at the church in the coming weeks as we look to the future, and the future of the church, and its role in shaping our nation.

We hope to see you there. 

The first part of this week’s post covers the church at St Peter’s, St. Luke’s, and St Mary’s. 

This post was written by Ryan O’Malley.

Follow him on Twitter @ryanomalley.