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November 25, 2022

By Osmaro de Leon Novenas are NOT liturgies; they are devotionals recommended and promoted by the Catholic Church. They help the parishioners pray individually or together. Be very careful that…

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Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ the King

November 16, 2022

By Deacon Turf D. Martin                 “King” is a word we do not normally use to describe Jesus because we associate the word “king” with power and majesty and Jesus…

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The End — Goodbye!

November 9, 2022

By Deacon Arvol Bartok             If we could see tomorrows news headlines, what would we see?  Did Russia launch a nuclear weapon that will kill us all or will natural…

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Tradition and Resurrection

November 4, 2022

By Osmaro de Leon In today’s Sunday readings, especially in the Gospel of Saint Luke, they tell us extraordinary things; how tradition and resurrection come together and form a single…

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Dr. Mark Register to retire

October 28, 2022

Today I would like to let you, our wonderful parish community, know that I will be retiring at the end of the school year. My last day of service as…

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All Saints & All Souls

October 28, 2022

By Seminarian Christopher Hoffmann                 This is a week of remembering – not only the Saints on All Saints Day, but also our departed loved ones on All Souls Day. …

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Youth Ministry

October 21, 2022

By Robert Ellebracht – Youth Ministry October 22 is the Feast Day of Saint John Paull II, a well-known Pope and Saint who is the Patron Saint of families, young…

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Lord Teach Us To Pray

October 13, 2022

By Deacon Jerry Connery When I was getting near the end of my time in Deacon formation, I suddenly realized “Hey! They might actually ordain me” and I had some…

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What is our path?

September 30, 2022

By Shari Brown, Finance Director Over the past few weeks we have been hearing about following God and responding as the Apostles did with a willing “Yes”. But I believe…

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