Learning to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi.

Photo Contest: Care for Creation Deadline 2-4-24

2023-2024 CARE FOR CREATION MINISTRY PHOTO CONTEST! This Year’s Theme: Rethink before you throw away! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle & Upcycle Contest Dates: December 17, 2023 to Feb. 4th, 2024 Upload a photo to our SmugMug page using the QR Code. The photo must be original (taken by the submitter). Rename the photo to include your Read More

Bring the Good News

Jesus continues calling new disciples to follow him. He called ordinary people, and he continues calling ordinary people, like you and me, to follow him and to bring the good news to our loved ones, and those around us.

JESUS & THE EUCHARIST

Immerse yourself in the beauty of our faith, hear from some of the most brilliant voices in Catholicism, and explore the mystery of the Eucharist anew as a part of the National Eucharistic Revival.

Jesús y la Eucaristía

Jesús y la Eucaristía es un estudio dinámico de 7 sesiones diseñado para ayudarlo a conectarse con sus compañeros feligreses a medida que se enamora más profundamente de nuestro Señor Eucarístico.

We Are Sent

Who was this John the Baptist?

CONCURSO ANUAL DE FOTOGRAFÍA MINISTERIO DE CUIDADO DE LA CREACIÓN

El tema de este año es: ¡Piensa dos veces antes de que tires las cosas a la basura! Reduce, Reúsa, Recicla y Transforma Fechas del concurso: 17 de diciembre 2023 al 4 de febrero 2024. Sube tu foto a nuestra página de la aplicación SmugMug. Usa el código a la izquierda para subir tu foto. Read More

What Does Advent Mean?

Have we ever wondered what Advent means? Year after year we end a liturgical year with the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, and we begin a new liturgical year, with Advent.

The Presence of the King

Most of us are not fighting the battle of whether Jesus is the Savior or not. We know and believe that he is. Furthermore, we welcome the grace of having him pay for our sins.

Enter the Joy of Your Lord

This “penultimate” Sunday of the liturgical year introduces us fully to the eschatological religious dimension. It instructs us and motivates us to think about the last things in life, those that we almost never want to talk about. The gospel of Matthew (25:14-30) shows us, as the evangelist has understood it, a parable of “parousia” about the coming of the Lord.

Be Vigilant

In this story, it is expected that the bridesmaids would await the arrival of the bridegroom and greet him with a procession of light in the darkness.

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