Category archives: Bulletin

  • Companions on the Journey Introduction To Our Parish Lenten Retreat Throughout the season of Lent and culminating in our Easter celebration we offer a Parish Retreat titled, Companions on the Journey. You are invited to join us as we experience the Lord and love of each other more fully. The Retre... [Read more]
  • National Marriage Week On February 14, 2014, Pope Francis addressed engaged couples in St. Peter's Square. On this World Day of Prayer for Marriage it is good to reflect upon the gift of marriage and pray for all those who are engaged to be married, who are married, and for young people who the Lor... [Read more]
  • Five (surprising) Places to Find God Selection from loyolapress.com Great opportunities for spiritual growth Many of us fall into the subtle trap of thinking the only place to find God is at church. If we're not expecting to find God everywhere, we might just miss great opportunities for help, he... [Read more]
  • The Year of Consecrated Life In November of 2013, Pope Francis signaled that he would dedicate the year of 2015 to Consecrated Life in the Church. He was meeting with a group of Major Superiors in Rome and, while his encounter with them was scheduled to be a rather short one, he spent over three ho... [Read more]
  • A PRAYER OF FAITH AND HOPE IN A TIME OF FEAR In times of fear amid the reality of war, we pray that one day justice will roll down like water, and righteousness like a mighty stream. We pray that all our elected officials will do justly and love mercy and walk humbly with their God. We pra... [Read more]
  • The Baptism of the Lord Today we celebrate the Feast of the Baptism of our Lord, marking the end of the Christmas liturgical season.  Tomorrow we will begin Ordinary Time.  The liturgical color will be green and it is the time of year in which we concentrate on the public ministry of Jesus.  We cel... [Read more]
  • THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD "They prostrated themselves and did him homage.  They opened their treasures and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh." - Matthew 2:11 Our daily invitation is to journey on the road in prayer offering our gifts in service to our brothers and sisters.  Our gi... [Read more]
  • Parish Advent Program Wrap your Gifts in Prayer Unwrap the gift of God in Prayer. Our Christmas practice of gift giving is intended to be a visible symbol of love and Christian service in action. Why not use our gift giving as a form of prayer? Wrapping your gift in prayer can add a spiritual dime... [Read more]
  • Parish Advent Program Wrap your Gifts in Prayer "When I become conscious of God's actions, no matter how dimly, then I am praying even if I do not say a word." - William Barry S.J. Unwrap the gift of God in Prayer. In the midst of Advent and Christmas busyness, we offer you a way to pray and to... [Read more]
  • Parish Advent Program Wrap your Gifts in Prayer "When I become conscious of God's actions, no matter how dimly, then I am praying even if I do not say a word." - William Barry S.J. Unwrap the gift of God in Prayer. In the midst of Advent and Christmas busyness, we offer you a way to pray and to... [Read more]
  • Parish Advent Program Wrap your Gifts in Prayer Unwrap the gift of God in Prayer. In the midst of Advent and Christmas busyness, we offer you a way to pray and to discover our God who is with us. Each season the preparation for gift giving can be a source of stress. This year can be different. Our... [Read more]
  • Feast of Christ the king Our Shepherd King A burning ambition to create the greatest statue of Jesus ever made filled famous Danish sculptor Thorvadsen. One afternoon, he began to shape a clay model of a real figure with an imperious tilt of the head with one arm raised in a gesture of triumph and... [Read more]