Church Updates

From the Deacon’s Desk 10/8/17

Dear Friends: Today, our Gospel comes from Matthew 21:33-43. It’s another of the more famous Gospels where Matthew uses an agricultural theme to get the point across. The deeper meaning of this parable would be well understood by the Jewish leadership. As I mentioned last week, the confrontational mood between […]

Weekly Reflection 27th Sunday in OT

27th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME OCT. 7/8, 2017 BB page 209 Ordinary Time is a time given us to listen to the teachings of Jesus and to look into our lives to see what kind of disciples we have become. Today’s readings consider the moral implications of being God’s chosen […]

Weekly Reflection 26th Sunday in OT

REFLECTION Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time September 30-October 1, 2017               “If you’re going to talk the talk, then you better be able to walk the walk.” I often think of that saying when reading or listening to the parable in today’s Gospel.  We all know of people like […]

Weekly Reflection 25th Sunday in OT

Twenty-fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time September 23 and 24, 2017 Today’s readings reinforce the age-old belief of Jews and Christians that God’s ways are not the ways of “the world.” This observation was the basis for the entire belief of our Jewish ancestors, and consequently became the means by which […]

Jubilee: Final Post

Final Jubilee Bulletin for Jan 21-22  Halleluiah Halleluiah  Halleluiah! The Year of Celebration is ended: the 150th anniversary of Stone Chapel, the 50th anniversary as a dedicated Parish and the 25th year of the Worship Center. See Father Jack’s Proclamation in this Bulletin. We are most proud of our caring, […]