Second Sunday of Advent

12-04-2022Pastor's LetterFr. Dan Connealy

Happy Sunday!

It is great to be in the season of Advent! Last Sunday began the new liturgical year as we anticipate the coming of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem. The prayers of the Mass, the antiphons, and readings are full of joyful expectation.

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First Sunday of Advent

11-27-2022AllFr. John Muir

A few days ago, my iphone gave me a weekly message: “Last week, your total screen time was down 17%.” I thought, good for me! But the message continued: “You averaged 5 hours and 23 minutes of screen time.” Yikes.

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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

11-13-2022Pastor's LetterFr. Dan Connealy

Happy Sunday!

Next weekend we are excited to have our annual Eucharistic Procession on the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the King of the Universe. We will be adding a bilingual Mass at 2:30pm next Sunday in the main Church. The Mass will process out into the Procession.

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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

11-06-2022Pastor's LetterFr. Oliver Vietor

Hello,

Now is the time to mark your calendars for the Eucharistic Procession on November 20. There will be Mass at 2:30P (which counts for the Sunday Mass obligation) followed by the procession through the neighborhood. That will be the last Sunday in Ordinary Time, otherwise known as the celebration of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe.

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From Our Parochial Vicor

10-30-2022Pastor's LetterFr. Oliver Vietor

Hello,

There definitely has been a noticeable change in the weather. I think we are safe to believe that Fall is really here. Of course, there will still be some hot days, but the evenings and mornings are just great. So the seasons change once more.

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A Letter from our Pastor

10-23-2022Pastor's LetterFr. Dan Connealy

Happy Sunday!

Today I am leaving for my annual silent retreat and will be gone until the middle of next week. Every priest is asked to take a retreat each year. A retreat is a time for us to heed the Lord’s invitation to, “Come away by yourselves to a deserted place and rest a while” (Mark 6:31).

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A Letter from our Pastor

10-16-2022Pastor's LetterFr. Dan Connealy

Happy Sunday!

Thank you to all those who helped put on the Women’s Day of Recollection yesterday! We had a great group of women organizing the day and making it a wonderful experience for all. Our goal will be to put on a Men’s and Women’s Day of Recollection every fall. Please keep this in your prayers for the spiritual growth of our parish.

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A Letter from our Pastor

10-09-2022Pastor's LetterFr. Dan Connealy

Happy Sunday!

Next weekend we are very excited to host our Women’s Day of Recollection on Saturday. We will be welcoming Carol Restaine and Leila Miller to lead our women. Carol has been a missionary in Honduras for the past 20 years, offering her life in service to the Gospel by serving the poor and vulnerable in Comayagua, Honduras.

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Guardian Angels

10-02-2022Pastor's LetterFr. Dan Connealy

Happy Sunday!

Typically, October 2nd is the day when the Church celebrates the Guardian Angels. Since it falls on a Sunday this year, 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time takes its place. However, I would like to offer a few thoughts on the Guardian Angels. Angels are always one of those mystical aspects of our Faith that can be tricky to nail down and understand clearly. The words of St. Bernard are very helpful in this regard, he writes, “‘He has given his angels charge over you to guard you in all your ways.’(Ps. 91:11)

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