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Pastor's Blog


Early Easter on the Calendar and My Thanks

Sunday, January 28, 2018
Dear Parishioners, The early dates of Easter (April 1) and Ash Wednesday (February 14) narrow the time between the completion of the Christmas season, the Nativity, the Baptism of the Lord and the Epiphany. The scripture readings during these short weeks have given us St. John and St. Marks insight to the Lord and the daily readings from the Old Testament and Book of Samuel have highlight ...Read more

Evangelization and Saints Timothy, Titus and Angela

Sunday, January 21, 2018
Dear Parishioners, On Friday the Church celebrates the feast day of Saints Timothy and Titus. These saints are known to us from the Acts of the Apostles, some letters addressed to them, and from mention of them in the other letters of St. Paul. Timothy was converted by St. Paul, along with his grandmother Lois. His mother was a Jewish Christian, and he became Paul's trusted associate ...Read more

The Study of Saint Mark’s Gospel

Sunday, January 14, 2018
Dear Parishioners, The Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation was the second document approved by the Bishops of Vatican Two. Prior to the Council, there never seemed to be much emphasis placed on scripture, unlike many other religions which placed great emphasis on the Word of God. Sacred tradition and sacred Scripture form one sacred deposit of the word of God, and the bishops point ...Read more

Beatitudes or Friends of the Aged as the Old Year Passes

Sunday, January 07, 2018
Dear Parishioners, Cartoonists have always had fun depicting the passage of one year to the next. Father Time, representing the year about to end, is always pictured as an elderly man tired from his twelve months experience but greeting the infant who represents the new year about to begin. As we pause for a minute and contemplate the year that has now ended, I thought it might be good to ...Read more