Category archives: Bulletin

  • During the month of August we celebrate The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. God’s gifts and blessings given to our Blessed Mother were also intertwined with sufferings and sorrows. We can learn how to grow closer to God and how to find the strength, healing, power, gifts and blessings in o... [Read more]
  • GOD’S SAFE HARBOR Life can be viewed as journey, pilgrimage or still better as voyage - because often we’re driven by forces more powerful than ourselves, like wind and wave of unexpected situations. We sail upon a rippling surface of events, feeling the joy of movement, being alive and going som... [Read more]
  • Jesus took Peter, James, and his brother John, and led them up a high mountain by themselves. And he was transfigured before them; his face shone like the sun and his clothes became white as light. Matthew 17:1 Time spent in prayer is life-changing Matthew Kelly Resisting Happiness 2016 A ... [Read more]
  • "The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure buried in a field." Matthew 13:44 Discovering Spiritual Treasures Matthew Kelly Resisting Happiness 2016 The daily habit of prayer leads us to spiritual health.  The more ingrained this habit becomes in our lives, the clearer we hear the voice of ... [Read more]
  • "The spirit comes to the aid of our weakness; for when we do not know how to pray as we ought but the spirit himself intercedes with inexpressible groanings."  Roman 8:26-27 Something Is Missing Matthew Kelly Resisting Happiness 2016 Do you ever have the sense that something is missing in... [Read more]
  • Passion, possibility and presence It is not the answers that show us the way but the questions. Rainer Maria Rilke “A sower went out to sow seed ...  some fell on rich soil and provided fruit ... whoever has ears, hears.”   Matthew 13 Questions? As a child, I asked somewhat endlessly: ... [Read more]
  • WHAT CAN BE LEARNED FROM PAIN? To demand that others should provide you with answers is like asking a strange woman to give birth to your baby. There are insights that can be born only of your own pain, and they are most precious. Janusz Korczak “Come to me all who labor and are burdened and ... [Read more]
  • Welcome Fr. Matt Our warmest welcome and heartfelt prayer greet Fr. Matt as he joins our Parish Community.  Fr. Matt engages in a variety of activities beyond his ministry.  Hiking, cycling, the adventure of travel, the call and wonder of his aquarium and enjoyment of Broadway shows are sports an... [Read more]
  • THANK YOU FR. MIGUEL In his first homily at our parish, Fr. Miguel shared the story of his grandmother’s holiday table, set and ready with plentiful and festive foods. The family is gathered to eat and suddenly “click” – she turns the TV on and says, “First you watch the Mass!” Fr. Miguel has f... [Read more]
  • THE MOST HOLY BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST As we celebrate the real presence of the Lord in the Eucharist, we believe in the transforming power of Christ’s love. The Eucharist in word and sacrament nourishes us as we grow in holiness and as we are empowered to share our time, talent and treasure. The... [Read more]
  • Novena Honoring The Most Holy Trinity As we celebrate the Most Holy Trinity, we acknowledge that the mystery is never fully understood, but can be experienced, felt, and known. The prayer written by Joyce Rupp, O.S.M., in "Out of the Ordinary", may open us to a grateful and heartfelt experience o... [Read more]
  • EASTER TIME We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe † EASTER PRAYER THE SIGN OF THE EASTER CROSS Make the sign of the cross. As you do, know that this desire to pray is God's gift. You are praying. Touch your forehead... Remember God's blessings in your life. Say, "Thank You" which is the p... [Read more]