Friday, March 22, 2019 at 4:31 PM
Stations of the Cross every Friday in Lent. We are alternating times. Next Friday, March 29 at 7:00pm, and Friday, April 5 at 3:00pm. If you are of age, please remember to Fast and Abstain

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January 2019

Jan 17

1/13/19 Baptism of the Lord - Fr. Damian

Why did he do it? It’s a question that often pops up when we hear these readings and observe this feast. “Why did Jesus get baptized?” He obviously was free of sin. Why did he go through this ritual? What was the point? Why did he do it? Theologians have been writing about this for centuries. They often talk about its...
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Jan 17

1/13/19 Baptism of the Lord - Fr. Reggie

We love new things. New houses, new cars, new clothes. But if we think about it, most of those are simply variations of something else. The next version of the iPhone won’t be that much different than its predecessor. Cars don’t change that much from one year to the next. Clothing styles don’t bring a radical newness to your...
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Jan 7

1/6/19 Epiphany - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti The Epiphany of the Lord Lectionary: 20 As we celebrate Epiphany Sunday we find Herod threatened by the newborn Christ… But what did he find so threatening? Herod’s his whole identity was wrapped around his titles and his possessions, and his position in society… Herod allowed these things to define...
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Jan 7

1/6/19 Epiphany - Fr. Damian

Epiphany! The Lord is made manifest to us! The Lord is revealed to us! Most of us remember the story of the three wise men but often we have never seriously thought about the meanings that are in that story and what they mean for our daily living. Instead, it is simply another story that we remember about Jesus and one of the few of his...
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Jan 7

12/30/18 Holy Family Homily - Fr. Reggie

It is easy for us to forget that the Holy Family of Joseph, Mary, and Jesus, whose feast we celebrate today, was a real family. We have all seen paintings and holy cards that depict them in a super-pious, unrealistic, sometimes surrealistic, way. But they were real human beings, just like us, and they lived in...
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