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15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus gave this mission to his disciples and to us. By our baptism, we are summoned and we are challenged to proclaim the good news, to preach repentance and serve the less fortunate. At the end of each celebration we say, “Go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your lives.” That is our mission!

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Spiritual Take-away Awake, O sleeper, arise….and Christ will give you light. Cf. Ephesians 5:14 Union with God Do you truly believe in Christ’s power to heal you? Every day we have the opportunity to be touched by God in the Eucharist. Ask Christ to heal you of something specific, such as a sin or vice…

The Nativity of Saint John The Baptist

Spiritual Take-away “All of them were amazed” Lk. 1:63 Union with God Consider what God has done in you and around you. Are you amazed? Do you ponder the mystery of creation, of your own existence, of the love in your life, or do you push those things out of your mind to focus on…

11th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Spiritual Take-away What can we compare the kingdom of God…It is like a grain of mustard seed, which, when sown upon the ground, is the smallest of all the seeds on earth; yet when it is sown it grows up and becomes the greatest of all shrubs. Union with God Everything begins with prayer and union…

The Most Holy Trinity Sunday

Spiritual Take-away “Let us love one another, because love comes from God.”—1 John 4. The Trinity is the foundation of our Christian faith. God created us to share in the loving relationship of the Trinity. The Father’s plan is to love us, to bring us into Trinitarian love, to share his love. He wants to…

Pentecost Sunay

Spiritual Take-away “Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of Your faithful and kindle in them the fire of Your love.” This is a prayer we should pray often to embolden our hearts, to dispel fears and to open ourselves to the inspirations of the Holy Spirit. Catechism Challenge Our job in our great Christian journey…

The Ascension of the Lord

Spiritual Take-away Each holy mass the priest ends with the dismissal, “go”. The word “Go” appears 1542 times in the Bible while the word “stay” only 62. We are sent forth by God “to go”: make a difference in the world with love for the unloved, make peace with those you have divisions in your…

6th Sunday of Easter

In this month of May, in which the Church celebrates Easter time, Ascension and Pentecost and the month dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, it is a good time to reflect of God’s call to each one of us to bear fruits of holiness in our lives. Recently Pope Francis has reminded us of our…

5th Sunday of Easter

Spiritual Take-away “Receive the Holy Spirit” Jn. 20:22. Today a group in our parish will receive the sacrament of Confirmation. In Confirmation, the soul is imprinted with a permanent seal that marks this individual forever as a Christian. The gift of the Holy Spirit is strength from above that puts the grace of Baptism into…

4th Sunday of Easter

Spiritual Take-away “The Shepherd Knows His Sheep.” Jn. 10.11-18 As leaders, Jesus’ parable of the Good Shepherd challenges us to be good leaders. Good leaders care for all members of their group in such a way as to be able to create unity among members. Soul Fitness Challenge Good leaders are servants – first and…