January 11, 2019

Letter From the Pastor – January 13, 2019

Some time ago, 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 […]
January 10, 2019

Behold the Wood of the Cross Concert – Apr. 17

January 4, 2019

Letter From the Pastor- January 6, 2019

Have you ever seen the bumper sticker: “If it feels good, do it!”?  In many ways, that slogan characterizes the approach of so many people today.  A stream of books, articles, commentary, advertisements and dialogue points to feelings as the basic measure of happiness, as the truest aspect of one’s true self.  Feelings are continually represented as central to self-fulfillment and the development of one’s potential. A popular psychiatrist-author states the “modern” perspective in no uncertain terms:  “Being in touch with your feelings is the only way you can ever become your highest self, the only way you can become […]
January 2, 2019

Ladies’ Guild De-Stress Event – January 11

Please join the Ladies’ Guild on Friday, January 11th at 7:30 pm in the Gym.  More details to follow shortly!
January 2, 2019

Parish Volunteer Thank You Party – January 12

If you have volunteered at any event at Annunciation-Our Lady of Fatima over the past year, please join Fr. Grippo and Ms. Ragone for a Mass and Cocktail Reception on Saturday, January 12th.  We will begin with 5 pm Mass at Annunciation and enjoy cocktails afterwards in the Gym beginning at 6 pm.  All adult volunteers and their spouses are invited.  Thank you for all that you do!