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 →

This Week Letter – September 3, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   By analyzing our lives in terms of the way of the cross, we often find resemblances that allow us to get closer to faith in God- through Jesus Christ. We suffer out of love, from illness, from pain. Our suffering may stem from lack of joy, to excess of concern… read more →

This Week Letter – August 27, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   It is difficult in today’s world to identify a person who not only believes truly in God, but also believes His actual Words. The true believer prays, goes to church on Sundays and holidays to attend Mass, he receives Holy Communion and does the works of mercy out in the.. read more →

This Week Letter – August 20, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   Listening to the words of today’s Gospel (Mt 15: 21-28), we ask ourselves: can we afford to help, unselfishly, those who need it, and do not have the courage to ask for it? For many of us it is not only a physical but an emotional problem as the words.. read more →

This Week Letter – August 13, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends. In every situation, God speaks, teaches, calls, and man responds. The basis of the dialogue of man with God is boundless trust towards God, to give himself into His hands. In the conversation between man and God, it is clear that the initiative belongs to God. The basic act on the.. read more →

This Week Letter – August 6, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends. The Transfiguration of the Lord on Mount Tabor was accomplished for our fulfillment of the glory  of the coming Kingdom of Heaven (Mt 17: 1-9). Jesus puts great effort into bringing the disciples closer to Himself. The bonds of God’s love are unbreakable! They are stronger than death! An interesting story.. read more →

This Week Letter – July 30, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   The essence of the parable of the treasure, the pearl and the nets of today’s Gospel (Mt. 13: 44-52), is what constitutes the center of the kingdom of God: God, who gives Himself to man in Jesus Christ by the Holy Spirit, constantly hiding, but then revealing Himself. Hiding Himself,.. read more →

This Week Letter – July 23, 2017

Dear Parishioners and Friends.   Goodness and beauty make us see our daily problems in new light, thus life becomes lighter. The art of living well depends on our  making room for the good to prevail in our lives. We know how quickly evil drowns out the good and how much of the damage done.. read more →