Daily Archives: October 2, 2020


Weekly Reflection 10/4/2020

REFLECTION The Twenty-Seventh Sunday In Ordinary Time October 3-4, 2020   In this year of 2020, what is the new normal?  Will masks become a permanent addition to our wardrobe?   Will handshakes be replaced with the elbow tap?  Are hugs, outside your immediate family, a thing off the past?  It […]


From the Deacon’s Desk 10/4/2020

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 […]