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From the Deacon’s Desk 1/28/18

Dear Friends: Our readings today are very interesting, to say the least. Moses makes a prediction in Deuteronomy 18:1-20 that a great prophet will arise among the people. This prophet will be their own kin! Prophets do not have an easy time in life. They come to the people to […]


Weekly Reflection: 4th Sunday in OT

  REFLECTION Fourth Sunday In Ordinary Time January 27-28, 2018                 In the first reading today, God tells Moses that He will raise up another prophet, like Moses, from among Israel’s own kin.  God adds that He will put His own words into the prophet’s mouth.   God keeps this promise […]


Weekly Reflection: 3rd Sunday in OT   Recently updated !

REFLECTION Third Sunday In Ordinary January 20-21, 2018               This upcoming Wednesday is the feast day of St. Francis de Sales.  Our patron saint is an excellent example of how to answer God’s call. He was a man of courage and faith.  He was a church leader, who was […]


From the Deacon’s Desk 1/21/18

Dear Friends: We have two very interesting readings this Sunday. The first reading is from the prophet Jonah 3:1-5, 10. The other is from the Gospel of Mark 1:4-20. The first reading is all about Jonah and how he calls the people of Nineveh to repentance. The Gospel is about […]


From the Deacon’s Desk 1/14/18

Dear Friends: Today, we return to Ordinary Time and will be there for five weeks. Then, believe it or not, we will be celebrating Ash Wednesday. Seems like yesterday we were celebrating the birth of Jesus. Our readings today, from Samuel and the Gospel of John, are about being called […]


Weekly Reflection: 2nd Sunday in OT

The Second Sunday In Ordinary Time Reflection January 13-14, 2018                   When you are a youngster people ask you, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”  Answers like dolphin trainer, a world famous chef or rock star might be your reply.  Then as a senior in […]


Weekly Reflection Christmas

THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD REFLECTION December 25, 2017             What brings so many of us together for Christmas mass?  Is it the keeping of a family tradition that requires your presence here?  Or are you here with young children beginning a new tradition?  Is it the singing of beloved […]