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      The founder of the Jesuits was on his way to military fame and fortune when a cannon ball shattered his leg. Because there were no books of romance on hand during his
    • yesterday
      A man who vigorously pursues a goal may produce results far beyond his expectations and his intentions. Thus it was with Peter of the Golden Words, as he was called, who as a
  • Parish News

    • June 5
      This weekend is not an easy feast to intellectually grasp or understand. On the Feast of the Holy Trinity, we celebrate the nature of God who is One in Three undivided persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The Oneness of God is the one theological point that unites us to our brothers and sisters in both the Jewish and Muslim faith, but our understanding of the Oneness of God then quickly divides us from them.
    • May 10
      As I am writing this for the bulletin, it is gently snowing outside my office window! Nature is full of surprises! The Feast of Easter tells us that God is wonderfully full of surprises!
    • May 1
      Each day of the Sacred Triduum, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, the Easter Vigil and the Easter Day celebrations, have their own message that is gifted to us in God’s Word and Sacrament. Holy Thursday is a remembrance of the First Eucharist with its gift of Christ’s presence to us in Holy Communion, but also the call to be people of service to others. Good Friday is a reflective day to remember the gift of sacrifice that shows us the depth of God’s love for us and encourages us to love with the same passion.