We are quickly approaching the end of the Church year.  Next weekend we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, and then Advent will begin! Before we know it, Christmas will be here, and then the New Year 2020!

This coming Friday, November 22, we honor St. Cecilia in th...

This is Stewardship Sunday weekend. We call to mind how we are all called upon to share our time, talent and treasure with our faith community as faithful followers of Jesus Christ.

We are being challenged to “courageously live the Gospel”. May our generosity make us tr...

Love is a word and term that can be difficult to understand. We can love our family, love our country and love ice cream as well. There are certainly different degrees of love and    devotion!

Jesus encourages his followers to love God, to love ourse...

Jesus inspired faith in his disciples. They lived by the message that he preached and they have passed on that way of life to us. Jesus put His words into action, even by dying for our sins and rising to new life.  We can inspire faith in others by also being self-sacr...

This is Mission Sunday weekend. We remember how we are all called to be “missionary disciples” in our time. Our support of the missions shows our dedication to Christ and His call to “teach all the nations”. My thanks to everyone for your generosity this weekend to thi...

As we think about how we want to welcome people to our parish, we know that sometimes this can be more difficult than we might think. Those of us who have been part of the parish for a long time feel right at home, and sometimes, newcomers can be a kind of challenge.

Bu...

The month of October is designated annually as “Respect Life Month”. We, as followers of Jesus Christ, attest to the belief that all human life is sacred and should be respected from our natural beginning to natural end.

We know how difficult a position this can be in o...

As we think about how we want to welcome people to our parish, we know that sometimes this can be more challenging than we might think. Those of us who have been at this parish for a long time can feel “right at home,” but we can never forget how important it is to be...

We all know how we value the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Sometimes we referto this sacrament as the Sacrament of Penance or we just call it “Confession”. This is the way that the Church gives us  to acknowledge our sins, and then to know the power of God’s forgiveness...

This is Catechetical Sunday. We celebrate and recognize all those involved in Catholic Education in our parish and in our area.

We know that we have a strong Catholic school system in our diocese. We also have wonderful Faith Formation and Youth Programs for all young p...

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