…from the Pastor’s Desk: Thanks….for the Ministries!!! The Mass you attended this weekend, even if it seemed flawless (or hectic) did not happen by accident. Many people were involved—too many to name here. But I do want to recognize them to show our appreciation for their ministry. And also those of you who work so diligently
…from the Pastor’s Desk: Monday, January 18, the United States of America celebrates the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929 – 1968). He led millions of people in a non-violent movement to bring an end to the segregation of races in the United States. Martin was not alone in his non-violence stance. Throughout history
In my 37 years of ministry I have never received as many Cards, well wishes, and acts of generosity as I have this Birthday/Christmas/New year Season. I am truly thankful to you and grateful to God for you. It is hard to believe that it is already a year and a half since I arrived.
…from the Pastor’s Desk: We are on the verge of another year. Hard to believe that in a few days it will be 2016! It also means that we have another Holy Day of Obligation this week – a very special feast day. Last Friday was Christmas, today is the feast of The Holy Family.
…from the Pastor’s Desk: Happy Gaudete Sunday! Gaudete Sunday happens every year on the third Sunday of Advent, and the word ―Gaudete is the Latin word for ―rejoice. While most of the other readings for the season of Advent are written in a somber tone, the readings for today are meant to remind us of
HOLY DAY OF OBLIGATION: THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY …from the Pastor’s Desk: Tuesday, December 8th, is a day which Mother Church deems so important that it has the same weight of responsibility as does a Sunday. Meaning all Catholics are expected to attend Mass on this day as they would on
…from the Pastor’s Desk: Setting the Stage for Our Advent Journey Today is the first day of the new Church year. It is also the first day of Advent. Advent is the 4 week period before Christmas when the Church celebrates the first coming of Christ and anticipates His second coming. One of the best
…from the Pastor’s Desk: We celebrate Thanksgiving this Thursday. It‘s a favorite holiday as family and friends gather to eat turkey and pumpkin pie, and maybe watch some football. Inevitably on that day someone will ask, ―So – what are you thankful for? And the usual will be offered; Family, health, friends, parish, faith, job,
…from the Pastor’s Desk: Sunday Evening Mass? After being a Pastor in five different parishes one thing I have certainly learned is to NOT change Mass times unless it is absolutely necessary. So – first off – even though there is talk about moving the Sunday Masses back to 8 and 10:30 – that is
NEWS and Notes from the Pastor’s Desk -Children’s Place: Although we have been using it many times already, it is far from finished. I am still researching getting the right play set for our needs. It is a lot more complicated than I had ever imagined. I hope to order one this week. We are also