This Week Letter – November 19, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends. A talent is not only a unit of weight and currency, but also a great ability to care for others, an ability to communicate with others and create mutual relations without criticism and envy, an ability to listen…, the list of the various gifts can be long. Our talents are developed.. read more →

This Week Letter – November 12, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends. In the month of November, the Church particularly wants to remind and encourage us to make sure that we do not forget to prepare ourselves for the final meeting with the Lord amidst the confusion of daily duties and responsibilities. Very few people want to talk about the last hour, because.. read more →

This Week Letter – November 5, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends. As always, after reading the texts for the 31st Sunday, we see that the readings are appropriately selected, they move our hearts and our consciences so that we do not need more special explanation. They form the whole message. Today, God directs unpleasant words toward us. However, we must understand: ”.. read more →

This Week Letter – October 29, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends. We all want to experience peace, goodness, and enter into eternal life with God. To achieve these, there is only one way – the way of God’s love: through prayer, which is conversation with God, and through our declaration of love to the Lord and to the people. By praying for.. read more →

This Week Letter – October 22, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends. We often catch up on the fact that we apply the principle of pursuing our intentions and “trample over people,” ignoring harm done to others. We strive here on earth to do what is best for ourselves, at no extra cost or effort. The same applies to politicians, managers, people of.. read more →

This Week Letter – October 15, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   Sometimes, when invited somewhere, we take a long time to think about it, because we are afraid of the expenses or functions the invitation entails. Sometimes we reject the invitation because of antipathy or even prejudice towards the person who invites us. Today all the readings tell us of a.. read more →

This Week Letter – October 8, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   Our patience is heavily tested when we meet people we cannot rely on, or those who have disappointed us many times. Let us reflect on how we would react in the situation described in today’s Gospel (Matthew 21: 33-43). Could we show as much patience as the vineyard owner? Could.. read more →

This Week Letter – September 24, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   The Gospel parable of the workmen in the vineyard (Mt 20: 1-16), who came to work at different times but received the same wages, always aroused controversy. For some, it was an example of social injustice, a deviation from an accepted iron rule: “equal pay for equal work”. For others,.. read more →

This Week Letter – September 17, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   To fully understand today’s liturgical readings, we first need to understand ourselves, stand in front of the mirror, and look at ourselves carefully. What do we see? The face we have known for years, sometimes young, attractive, sometimes wrinkled? That is not enough – we must look deeper, into the soul… read more →

This Week Letter – September 10, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   The subject of today’s readings is love for one’s neighbor, but also a warning against departing from the right way, without sin. Isaiah warns us that if sinners do not repent from their sin, they will have no share in eternal life. Our task is to watch out for and.. read more →