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Weekly Reflection September 19, 2021   Recently updated !

September 19, 2021 Finding Christ in the Ordinary One of my most comforting images of God is that of the All-Powerful, All-Knowing, All-Loving Father, who is in heaven Out There somewhere, protecting me and providentially guiding my life towards relationship with Him.  Unfortunately, as we reflect on that image of […]

Weekly Reflection September 12, 2021

Make Time for Faith Formation When we hear the term “faith formation,” we usually think of classes for children (CCD, Religious Education, Sunday School). Parents with young children know that in order to receive First Eucharist, First Reconciliation and Confirmation, they will need to attend classes. They make certain that […]

Weekly Reflection September 5, 2021

September 5, 2021 Twenty-Third Sunday In Ordinary Time ‘Labor Day’   On this three day weekend Americans celebrate the unofficial end of summer with cookouts, a final day at the pool or the last summer getaway. Starting on Tuesday, it is back to whatever our normal is at the present […]

Weekly Reflection 8/29/2021

Reflection Twenty-Second Sunday In Ordinary Time Purifying the Sacred Vessels   How controversial can doing the dishes be?  Well… In the sacrifice of the Eucharist it is important to remember one thing; Jesus Christ is truly present, body, blood, soul, and divinity. The ‘real presence’ of Christ is there in […]

From the Deacon’s Desk 8/29/2021

Dear Friends: Our reading from Mark 7:1-8,14-15,21-23 today tells how the Pharisees and some of the scribes followed Jesus and his disciples watching them closely. They asked Jesus why his followers did not observe the Jewish cleanliness laws and wash their hands, bowls, cups and just about everything else they […]