This Week Letter – May 19, 2019

From the Pastor’s Desk Today’s Gospel sounds like Christ’s last will which is being delivered to us before His departure.  His words are simple and beautiful though not easily realized in today’s world of indifference and hatred.  Christ’s testament reads:  “My children, I will be with you just a little while longer.  I give you.. read more →

This Week Letter – May 12, 2019

From the Pastor’s Desk In today’s Gospel, Christ presents Himself to us as the Good Shepherd and assures us that He knows His flock.  The image of the Good Shepherd is a symbol of  a call to unity.  This theme continues in the first reading reminding us of the beginning of Christ’s mission where neither.. read more →

This Week Letter – May 5, 2019

From the Pastor’s Desk   Sometimes, it seems that what we are experiencing in the present has happened already in our past.  We cannot pinpoint the exact time or place, but we are certain that this occurence has taken place at some other time in our lives.  The Apostles were experiencing just such moments after.. read more →

This Week Letter – April 28, 2019

From the Pastor’s Desk   Today, as we celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday, I entrust our parish and each of your families to the Mercy of the Lord.  In today’s readings, we observe two contrasting concepts of faith ocurring after the Resurrection of Christ.  In the Acts of the Apostles, we find the moving example of.. read more →

This Week Letter – April 21, 2019

Dear Parishioners, When offering his first Easter Mass in Africa, the Missionary said to his congregation:  “What wonderful news I have for you!  I met Christ Resurrected.  He lives!”  Looking around, all the faithful asked in unison, “Where?” Just where is it possible to meet the Risen Christ?  There, where two or three are gathered.. read more →