Daily Archives: July 5, 2019

From the Deacon’s Desk 7/7/19

Dear Friends: Today our Gospel reading is from Luke 10:1-12, 17-20. This reading is about Jesus appointing 72 people to assist the Apostles in getting the message to the people. Jesus tells them “The harvest is abundant but laborers are few.” Jesus instructs them to travel lightly, not to get […]

Weekly Reflection 7/7/19

REFLECTION Fourthteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time July 6-7, 2019   We live in very divisive times. There are forces at work that threaten to tear apart our nation, our church, our communities, even our families. The trials we are going through are sometimes overwhelming, and peace can be hard to […]