Please join us this Saturday, January 1st at 4pm and Sunday, January 2nd at 10am for the Epiphany and the Wise Men in worshiping Jesus!
November 8, 2021 As long as earth lasts… Sunday was a beautiful autumn day. As it started to pass into night, the sun was setting. And in another part of the sky, the moon was rising. I think Mercury was visible too. My friend set up the table outside. My brother prepared the food. I … [Read more…]
Blog for November 3, 2021 May the peace of Christ reign in your hearts… The words of scripture above and at the end of the blog come from Colossians in today’s Breviary. Something to think about as we’ve just celebrated the Feast of All Saints on Monday and the Feast of All Souls on Tuesday. … [Read more…]
November 1, 2021 All Saint’s Day You cannot be half a saint; you must be a whole saint or no saint at all.”-St. Therese of Lisieux On this All Saints Day, perhaps we can reflect on the definition of a saint. My pastor when I was growing up told this story. A young girl was asked by a … [Read more…]
October 20, 2021 You also must be prepared, for at an hour you do not expect, the Son of Man will come. The Gospel reading for today comes from Luke. It’s a reminder to be prepared. While we look forward to the Jesus coming again someday, we never think how it will impact us. In … [Read more…]
+ LIVE at 10 a.m.: Sunday Mass, the Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time. + Today is Catechetical Sunday. Please pray for our students and Faith Formation teachers as they begin a new year of classes. + The annual Hope Appeal launches today. Please be generous in your support of myriad programs that benefit members of … [Read more…]
+ The Parish Office is closed today for the federal holiday.
+ Today is the Feast of the Transfiguration. Then a cloud came, casting a shadow over them; from the cloud came a voice, “This is my beloved Son. Listen to him.”—Mk 9:7 + Read Dc. Tom’s Blog post on the Transfiguration of Jesus. + There will be a Holy Hour for Vocations on Monday, August … [Read more…]