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How do we engage more compassionately with people on the margins? JustFaith is a mind- and heart-opening journey that invites participants to encounter the Spirit of Jesus in our midst, especially in the lives of people who are poor and vulnerable. It is an opportunity to honor the call of…

Becoming Catholic

Do you want to learn more about the Catholic faith? Are you interested in becoming Catholic? Are you an adult seeking First Communion and Confirmation? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we invite you to journey with us this year for the RCIA! Every year adults are…


July 2016 Weekly Bulletin Messages

July 31 – Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time “Put to death, then, the parts of you that are earthly: immorality, impurity, passion, evil desires, and the greed that is idolatry.” (Col.3:5) Dear Friends, While I could talk about the many challenges that face our world, especially this month of July,…


Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

“For the whole law is fulfilled in one statement, namely, You shall love your neighbor as yourself. But if you go on biting and devouring one another, beware that you are not consumed by one another.” (St. Paul’s Letter to the Galatians, ch. 5) Dear Friends, St. Paul’s words are so appropriate for…


Mass in the Grass Venue Change!

Dear Parishioners, Sadly, we had to move our Feast Day Mass and cancel the picnic portion of our feast day celebration. It was a difficult decision, but due to impending bad weather and not enough shared food and volunteers, we felt it was necessary.  The Feast Day Mass has moved…


Year of Mercy – June 2016

June 2016 – Visit the Imprisoned The issue of imprisonment is a significant one in our day, especially in our country, and most especially in our local community. Of the 223 countries listed in one article, the U.S. has the 2nd highest rate of incarceration (698 per 100,000 people) of any country. The…


Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Friends, It was only a week ago that our country went into mourning as we heard of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history with 50 dead and 53 others injured at the gay night club known as the Pulse in Orlando, Florida. In the first reading, the prophet…


Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

“One who accompanies others has to realize that each person’s situation before God and their life in grace are mysteries which no one can fully know from without.” (Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium, par. 172) Dear Friends, As I get older I hope I am growing in a bit of wisdom….


Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Friends, Now that we have completed most of the Solemnities of the Lord, we begin Ordinary Time in earnest with two stories of a widow who had lost her son and how God intervened in their lives. The plight of the widow of Nain is captured in a limerick,…


Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ

“Blessing, upon second thought, is not always an obvious gift. Often it’s what’s needed for the next part of the journey – Kicking and screaming, perhaps, but without which the ground remains hard.” (Sr. Madeleva Williams, CSJ) Dear Friends, As we celebrate the great gift of the Eucharist this Sunday,…

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