This Week Letter – December 2, 2018

From The Pastor’s desk   This weekend we celebrate the First Sunday of Advent as we begin the new liturgical year.  Advent is a time of waiting for the coming of Christ in the mystery of the Divine Birth.  It is a time of reflection on the presence of Christ in our everyday lives. The.. read more →

This Week Letter – November 25, 2018

From the Pastor’s Desk ”Are you a King?”             For Pilate, this question was a matter of life and death.  History is aware of many such questions and justifies those that were answered untruthfully in order to save one’s own life or the lives of others.  There was no such option for Christ.  So He.. read more →

This Week Letter – November 18, 2018

From the Pastor’s Desk To the Generous Parishioners, Benefactors and Friends of St. Constance Parish. Thank you for your continuous support to our parish.  You give of your time, your talent and your treasure.  We try to be good stewards of the gifts given to this parish.  Here is a rendering of the financial stewardship.. read more →

This Week Letter – November 11, 2018

From the Pastor’s Desk Today’s Gospel gives evidence that of prime importance for Christ  is what is hidden in a person’s heart.  As an example today, we are given the poor widow whose temple offering was viewed by others to be not much, but according to Christ outweighed the other contributions because she gave all.. read more →

This Week Letter – November 4, 2018

From the Pastor’ Desk During the past week we celebrated the Solemnity of All Saints.  This feast reminds us that our primary vocation is to attain sainthood.  But how can we do this?  The answer to this question can be found in today’s Gospel in the commandment of the love of God and neighbor.  Saints.. read more →

This Week Letter – October 28, 2018

From the Pastor’s Desk We do not know how long Bartimaeus, the blind beggar, sat by the wayside asking for alms.  In a certain sense, he had sat there all his life waiting for that one Passerby, for only his meeting with Jesus changed his fate.  Only He who restored his eyesight and showered him.. read more →

This Week Letter – October 21, 2018

From The Pastor ‘s Desk Amazing impudence was shown by the two sons of  Zebedee, those beloved disciples of Jesus, John and his brother James, when they presented their demand that, in the glory of the Master, they would sit one at His right and the other at His left hand.  Shocking was this request,.. read more →

This Week Letter – October 14, 2018

From The Pastor ‘s Desk We  marvel at the young man in today’s Gospel who did not ask Jesus to become famous or great in this life, but rather asked how to attain life eternal.  He might have become a model for today’s youth , helping them realize what is most important in this life. .. read more →

This Week Letter – October 7, 2018

From the Pastor ‘s Desk      All is not well with the world where everything is fleeting, unreal and experimental, to the point of boredom.  It is not good for man to be alone; so said God and he gave Adam a partner in the person of Eve.  Eve was the answer to man’s loneliness, the.. read more →

This Week Letter – September 30, 2018

From the Pastor’s Desk It is worth everything to avoid evil so as not to be a source of scandal, and above all else, to remain faithful to Jesus. At times, this loyalty comes at a very high price; as when a severing must be so radical and painful, that its strong comparison to Christ’s.. read more →