PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR FEBRUARY 11, 2018

  Dear Parishioners, Wednesday, February 14th, is Ash Wednesday, which begins our Lenten journey. This is a time to reflect on the condition of our spiritual life. We ask ourselves, “What areas of my life are fruitful and what areas are obstacles in my relationship with Jesus?” It is also a time to practice the disciplines of prayer, fasting, and […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR JANUARY 21, 2018

Dear Parishioners, This Monday is a day of prayer for the legal protection of unborn children. In 1973, the United States Supreme Court made it legal for the killing of children in the womb of their mothers.  Since that year, over 60 million infants have been killed…over 60 million. We need to let that number sink in. Over 60 million […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR JANUARY 14, 2018

Dear Parishioners, We have many different activities in this parish. One of our activities that is lesser known but one of great importance is the Praise and Worship that takes place on Monday evenings from 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. and Friday evenings from 9:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. The purpose of Praise and Worship is to show God profound devotion, […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR JANUARY 7, 2018

Dear Parishioners, This weekend we celebrate the feast of the Epiphany. The Magi went in search of Jesus to worship this newborn King. The star led them to the manger where they worshipped Him and gave their gifts. Today we can find Jesus in many ways: in Scripture, in those in need and especially in the Eucharist. This year you […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR DECEMBER 31, 2017

Dear Parishioners, This weekend, we celebrate the feast of the Holy Family. They are an example of what our own families should imitate – spouses loving and caring for one another, each growing in their own relationship with God, sharing that relationship as a couple and handing it down to their child. This feast day teaches us the importance of […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR DECEMBER 24, 2017

Dear Parishioners, “The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light.” (Isaiah 9:2). This is what we celebrate on Christmas. We are a people, a nation, a world that is in darkness. There is so much violence, hatred, immorality and selfishness. Many have turned away from God. We find ourselves making legal what is immoral. We find people […]

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PASTOR’S REFLECTION FOR DECEMBER 17, 2017

Dear Parishioners, This Sunday we celebrate “Gaudette Sunday” in joyful anticipation of the Lord’s coming. As we light the pink candle, we are fast approaching the Christmas feast. Jesus is coming in a new and fresh way to bring us His love and peace. He is coming as our divine physician to heal us of our spiritual sickness and to […]

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