INSIDE: You know it is not too late for any of us. There is still time to change and with God’s help, a possibility of bearing fruit. Let us review our Lenten resolutions and initiate them if we haven’t done so. — Fr. Vince (pg. 3)
INSIDE: The Transfiguration gives us a glimpse of the Resurrection and a taste of the glory which is to be found on the other side of the cross.
Fr. Vince (pg. 3)
INSIDE: The practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving offer opportunities for all of us to make Jesus’ call to repentance a personal journey in these forty days.
Fr. Vince (pg. 3)
INSIDE: The Season of Lent brings forth some of the most beautiful and tangible devotions of our Catholic Faith. – Fr. Vince, (pg. 3)
Jesus’ disciples are to extend mercy in the same manner in which the Father does. We remember The Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do to you.” ‐ Fr. Vince (pg. 3)
INSIDE: “Luke’s Gospel…addresses a topic about which Luke is passionate: God’s care for the poor and the marginalized. How are you poor? How are you rich? How might you give from your wealth?” -Fr. Vince (pg. 3)
INSIDE: “Here again we find the generosity of so many in the parish community to “feed the hungry”, and support those whose needs are so great! – Fr. Vince (pg.3)
“’…He is the anointed one, the Messiah. He comes with good news for the poor, the sick, the captive. He comes to bring jubilee, the year of favor in which all debts are revoked and people can begin fresh and free.’” ‐ Fr. Vince (pg. 3)
In the miracle at Cana, Jesus reveals his glory in the Gospel according to John. On this initial Sunday of Ordinary Time, we begin to believe anew in him as the disciples began to believe for the first time. ‐ Fr. Vince (pg. 3)