Category archives: Bulletin

  • SECOND SUNDAY IN LENT Christ Be Our Light: Week III Follow our Lenten theme and review past reflections on our website www.stphilip.org Reflection Story Ten Fingers are Overrated Jayce was a bubbly boy until his first day in kindergarten. Returning home, he asked his mother, "why did... [Read more]
  • FIRST SUNDAY IN LENT Christ Be Our Light: Week II Tired of black and white, all or nothing thinking? Do your fears keep you in the dark? Living in the shadow of doubt about God's ability to be your strength in every weakness? Looking for a key to set you free from all shades of ange... [Read more]
  • EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Tired of black and white, all or nothing thinking? Do your fears keep you in the dark? Living in the shadow of doubt about God's ability to be your strength in every weakness? Looking for a key to set you free from all shades of anger and resentment? Is yo... [Read more]
  • SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Every week God asks us all to live the Gospel and to follow his teachings. Sometimes this is effortless, however, this week the message is not an easy one to live out. "Love your enemies. . . do good to those who hate you. . . bless those who curse you. . . pray fo... [Read more]
  • SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Life and Life Issues: Novena and Holy Hour The recent Reproductive Health Act passed in New York State repeals a State law which had guaranteed the right to immediate medical care and legal protection for any child born alive following a botched abortion after 20 week... [Read more]
  • FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME RECOGNIZE YOUR INVITATION FROM THE LORD Many people ask me, "Donna, what do you do at St. Philip's?" Well, my title is Evangelization Minister. "What exactly is an Evangelization Minister?" Good question because I wouldn't call "evangelization" a user-friendly word.... [Read more]
  • FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME THE SUPER BOWL! Super Bowl 2019 is almost history. All the words and all the hype will soon be just a memory. Every Super Bowl comes to a close with one team & their fans elated – and the other team & their fans disappointed. But there is one element of the Super B... [Read more]
  • THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Saint John Paul II addressed the Bishops of the United States, with these powerful words, "Catholic education aims not only to communicate facts but also transmit a coherent, comprehensive vision of life, in the conviction that the truths contained in that vision lib... [Read more]
  • Second Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Ignatius of Loyola is best known for founding the Society of Jesus, better known as the Jesuits.  He is also known for encouraging a very popular prayer practice called the Examen Prayer.  This prayer practice is done by the Jesuits every day before they go to bed... [Read more]
  • School Restoration and Jubilee Wing Construction Update – January 11, 2019 Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow With grateful hearts we give thanks for the prayer, gifts, talents, patience, creativity, dedication and ministry, as we remember the challenges of the past year, celebrate God’s ongoing guid... [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 gif... [Read more]
  • FEAST OF THE HOLY FAMILY Fathering and Mothering God "See what love God bestowed on us that we may be called the children of God." John 3:1 Reflection God our Father, your will be done, on earth as in heaven. We thank you for giving us the bread we need. Holy is your name. You hold us in y... [Read more]