Anna Caruso

October 23, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – October 25, 2020

Recently, as you may recall, I wrote to you that it is certainly appropriate for we Catholics to vote as Catholics.  But this still leaves a number of difficult questions for us to consider.  It is one thing to say that we will let the principles of our Catholic faith be our guide.  It is quite another thing to apply those principles to real political choices today. Simply stated, the Gospel of Jesus is universal. Its principles apply equally to all    people, in all places, at all times, in all cultures, and under all forms of government.  The Gospel which […]
October 16, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – October 18, 2020

Today I raise, once more, a very important question: Is it proper for a Christian to vote precisely as a Christian?  That is, to make political choices based primarily on Christian values and principles?  I would answer yes.  Emphatically Yes! We Catholics, have let the secular society in which we live give us a kind of inferiority complex. We too often speak and act as if the biblical understanding of man and woman and human society were in some way inferior, or as if it were somehow unfair for us to advance our Catholic views and values in the public […]
October 9, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – October 11, 2020

Have you ever noticed that prayer can appear to be a simple exercise for some   people?  Not so for others.  Many people find it difficult, if not impossible, to pray.  Even some who have come to church for years may pray only rarely.  Often they have no sense of a personal participation or little awareness of the presence of God. Most Catholics would like to learn to pray more effectively.  They believe that God wants and welcomes their prayer.  So then how does one talk with God? Will my words be acceptable? Of course, prayer is not a performance.  It […]
October 2, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – October 4, 2020

We can become sensitive to God’s presence, alert to the ways He reveals Himself in the daily occurrences of life.  Often the problem is that we simply don’t know what to look for, or we don’t take the time in our hurried lives to be aware of our Father’s presence.  It’s like going out to a forest in the dead of winter.  All we can see are bare limbs of trees, a blanket of snow; the fullness of summer is still there, tucked away just out the reach of careless observation.  If we know what to look for, we can […]
September 18, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – September 20, 2020

Some time ago, a newspaper article was entitled, “Simple courtesy facing extinction in America.”  The writer told of four different instances in which he had gone out of his way to be helpful, and not one of the persons he had helped even bothered to say “thank you.”  I guess that most of us can recall similar experiences.  You held a door open for someone carrying an armload of packages, and he passed through and hurried away without saying a word.  You paused to let a driver pull into your lane of traffic, which he promptly did without so much […]