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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October 2017

Oct 30

10/29/17 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

In today’s readings, we’re reminded that there are real love and other ideas of love that pale in comparison. The best measure of love is how we treat others, including God. In today’s First Reading the Lord reminds us not the mistreat the disadvantaged, or we’ll soon be one of them. Woe to the Israelite who forgot that...
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Oct 30

10/29/17 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Damian

What is the purpose of God's law and commandments?   From the first reading from Exodus and the Gospel reading, we can contemplate three scenes: In a first scene, as in the reading, Jesus was asked, "Which is the most important commandment in the Law?" As expected Jesus said, "to love God," and he added, "another...
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Oct 24

10/22/17 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 145   From our first reading from Isaiah 45:4… “…I have called you by your name, giving you a title, though you knew Me not…” This Magnificent Being Who created everything: the billions of galaxies, stars, planets, and nebulas…...
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Oct 8

10/08/17 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

In today’s First Reading Isaiah describes the misuse and abuse of the people of Israel by their leaders as being like vines ripe for cultivation and left unattended. Vineyards evoke images of careful cultivation by skilled vintners with the expectation of fine vintages of wine. The Lord had prepared Israel like a fine vineyard, and...
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Oct 8

10/08/17 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Damian

Many critics consider Nicolo Paganini to be the finest violinist who ever lived.  When he died he willed that his beautiful violin should go to the city of his birth…the city of Genoa, Italy.  But there was a condition….the violin could never be played again.  It was an unfortunate and sad condition because this...
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Oct 4

10/01/17 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Damian

    This is a parable  we all can understand, especially parents. A father has two sons and tells them to work in his vineyard. The first son says, "I'm on my way" and never goes. We can understand the disappointment and anger of the father. We can also understand the father's frustration when the second son...
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Oct 4

10/01/17 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

It is common in today's world to find Catholics who openly disagree with core Catholic teaching. We all know people who say that they are Catholic, but who don't come to Mass on Sunday - they only come on Christmas and Easter, if they come at all. We all have heard or read...
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