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St. John Vianney had great difficulty completing the studies for priesthood, but he was a humble man and persevered. He continued studying and reflecting on the Faith his entire life, and partly because of that, his reputation as a confessor and pastor of souls made him known by Christians throughout[…]

Whoever sees me sees the one who sent me

“Whoever sees me sees the one who sent me” ~ John 12:44 During the Easter Season, we hear the Gospel of John proclaimed. This Gospel is often difficult for me to get my head around—its beauty stirs my heart, but I am often left wondering what it means. Thank the[…]

Christ is Risen-~He is truly Risen!

Christ is Risen-~He is truly Risen! Dear Parishioners, With the words above, Christians have greeted each other in the joy of the Resurrection since the earliest days of the Church. Our ancestors in the Faith entered into the same mysteries as we do, celebrating the institution of the Eucharist and[…]

Sunday 03/06/2016

Prayer knocks, fasting obtains, mercy receives — 3 things which make faith strong Saint Peter Chrysologus, a Doctor of the Church, wrote eloquently on how to build up the faith which is necessary to the life of following Christ. St. Peter was a bishop known for his short sermons, he[…]

Pastor’s Notes Sunday 02/28/2016

If you do not repent, you will all perish as they did. ~ Luke 13:3 In this Sunday’s Gospel, we hear of dire things, and then hear the words “If you do not repent, you will all perish as they did.” We’re being called to our senses, “for now is[…]

Pastor’s Notes Sunday 02/14/2016

Dear Parishioners: It’s the 1st Sunday of Lent already, the ashes are washed away and we’re already on our pilgrim way toward the greatest feast of the year. If you’re still wondering what you can do this Lent to live it in a way that will bring you closer to[…]