January 15, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – January 17, 2021

                What position should a Christian take toward the world in which he lives?  Should he reject it and withdraw?  Should he try to transform it into a Christian culture?  Should he embrace it?  This is a lasting issue for Christians because every Christian must relate his or her faith to his or her surroundings.  In one way or other, this question of Christianity and the world in which we live has been tackled by Christians in every generation.  Deciding how to apply the Lord’s teaching to be in the world and yet […]
January 15, 2021

Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Jan. 18

Monday, January 18th, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  We will follow the regular weekday mass schedule that day.  Masses will be at 6:45 am (S) and 9:00 am (N&S). School and the Rectory office will be closed.    
January 8, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – January 10, 2021

From the beginning of time, the devil has tried to mislead us.  He often   succeeded.  Adam is the best example, but he seems to be particularly successful in our day and age.  Our permissive age and our consumer society seem to have given into the temptation that it is by bread alone that a human being lives – bread signifying food, pleasure and all that is material.  Many seem to believe that economic well-being is all that matters.  There are many Christians who are more excited by Paradise on Earth than by the Lord’s Kingdom of Heaven.  We often fault […]
December 30, 2020

Letter From the Pastor – January 3, 2021

It is often said that God works in most unusual ways.  His program has nothing to do with political power or military might.  He doesn’t wave banners or shout slogans or do any of the things calculated to grab headlines. Take for example the gospel account of the meeting of the Blessed Mother with her cousin Elizabeth.  They were both pregnant at the time.  That beautiful story is indicative of the mysterious ways of God.  God’s purpose was to redeem the world.  So where does He start?  Not with a summit conference in Jerusalem or Geneva, nor with the organizing […]
December 29, 2020

Happy New Year!

Greetings from all the priests, faculty and staff of the parish for a healthy and prosperous New Year!