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6th Sunday of Ordinary Time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST:  St. Paul tells us: “What no eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor the human heart conceived, what God has prepared for those who love him.” What do you think or imagine about life after death? How do you picture heaven? – SERVING OTHERS:  Christ tells us: “when you are offering your gift at the altar, if you remember that your…

5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST:  Imagine Jesus saying to you, “You are the light of the world. You are salt of the earth”. What does that mean to you and does it make you feel encouraged or overwhelmed? Ask Jesus to reveal to you a way that we can become salt and light to the world around…

Presentation of the Lord

It takes a parish to form a Saint – Fr. Daniel Wilson LC It takes a village to raise a child is an African proverb. It points to the reality that the future of the village depends upon the commitment of all the present members of the village, not just the mother or father. Parish…

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST:  Pope Francis has declared that this Sunday is to be devoted to the celebration, study and dissemination of the Word of God “that the life of our people be constantly marked by this decisive relationship with the living word” May the Sunday of the Word of God help us to grow in religious and…

Pastoral Letter: Remaining True to Christ Now and at the Hour of Our Death

The government is conducting a two-week consultation on legislation to expand eligibility for medical assistance in dying (MAID).  This review may lead to extending access to people who suffer from dementia or other mental illnesses, and even mature minors. Read the Pastoral Letter from the AB/NWT Bishops: http://bit.ly/370UfJN. Contact your MP and defend the sanctity…

2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST:   This week Pope Francis calls all Christians to stand together with the many parts of the world where Christians are deprived of the fundamental right for freedom of worship. The Church is always under persecution, and while we in Canada may not feel the effects of religious injustice nevertheless our hearts…

Baptism of the Lord

COMING CLOSER TO CHRIST:   Baptism and Reconciliation are closely related, in that both sacraments are a new creation. More wonderful than the Divine creation of all the origin of the heavens and the earth, is the infusion of God’s life in our soul at Baptism. We are so loved by God, not because of what we could…

Epiphany of the Lord

The journey of the Three Wise Men who followed a star to Bethlehem, a journey which the entire Church celebrates on the Solemnity of Epiphany is like a living parable. The core of the parable is the Magi’s journey: The Magi undertook a journey to encounter God. And isn’t that what every Christian life is,…

Christmas

“The enchanting image of the Christmas crèche, so dear to the Christian people, never ceases to arouse amazement and wonder. The depiction of Jesus’ birth is itself a simple and joyful proclamation of the mystery of the Incarnation of the Son of God. The nativity scene is like a living Gospel rising up from the…