November 14, 2018

Mass in Latin – Dec. 12

November 14, 2018

Breakfast with Santa – Dec. 16

November 9, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – November 11, 2018

How long has it been since you attended a formal banquet?  For some it has possibly been a long time.  Maybe it even goes back to high school and the senior prom.  However long it’s been, I suppose there are certain things about the occasion that you still remember – the  person with whom you attended, the dress or suit that you wore, the flowers that you kept and may even still have, pressed between the pages of a book. I hope everyone has at least one memory like that.  For one thing, it’s just good to have fond memories.  […]
October 31, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – November 4, 2018

As election day draws near, I once again reprint this article I wrote some time ago.  Please seriously consider your choices before you vote. Today I raise an 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 […]
October 26, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – October 28, 2018

All our lives we have heard sermons about giving our heart to God, a valid emphasis.  But whenever have you heard a sermon about giving your head to God?  I would dare say that for most of us that is a strange thought, but let’s try to think about it for a few moments. Usually we imply that loving God is strictly an affair of the heart.  We have frequently been told that intelligence without goodness is a grave danger.  But we need to also know that goodness without intelligence is not enough. If enough of our people, especially our […]