6/19 @ 1200: Father’s Day Lunch (after 1100 mass)

Sunday June 19th, we celebrate Father’s Day. Holy Mass will be celebrated at 11 am followed by lunch which will be served as a fund raiser for the Parish. Ticket for lunch – Adults $12.00; Students $6.00; Kids free. During Father’s Day lunch, there will be raffles tickets for a main prize (a refrigerator for […]

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Stanislaw needs our help.

                                      FUNDRAISING LUNCH – SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16 PLEASE JOIN US FOR A DELICIOUS LUNCH FOLLOWING MASS AT 11:00am.     ALL FUNDS FROM LUNCH WILL BE DONATED TO STANISLAW.   Please help our friend Stanislaw Stanislaw Farara recently suffered […]

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ALL SOULS DAY REFLECTION, 2014

Native American tribes are known for their elaborate and colorful quilts. Often the memories of the tribes are woven into large quilts used in religious ceremonies. Native American peoples are believed to be among the best quilt makers in the world. What many people do not know is that they have an unwritten law governing […]

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Reflectios for Epiphany

“Nations shall walk by your light, and kings by your shining radiance.” —Isaiah 60:3 Wise men and women, like the wise men of the first Christmas, prostrate themselves before Jesus, do Him homage, and give themselves to Him (Mt 2:11). This total abandonment is not a one-time experience, but a way of life — forever. […]

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Reflection for the Baptism of the Lord

“Give in for now. We must do this if we would fulfill all of God’s demands.” —Matthew 3:15 The first words of Jesus in the New Testament are: “Give in” (Mt 3:15). Usually, when we hear this command, we are being stubborn, selfish, and rebellious. However, when Jesus told John the Baptizer to give in, […]

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Reflection for 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2014

How many people have prayed to the Lord when things went bad, and then things got worse? Sometimes things get worse after we pray because we are not obeying the Lord. Prayer without obedience is often an attempt to manipulate the Lord, and He will not let us use and abuse Him in this way. […]

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