Many of the world’s great stories are about treasure-hunting. Today’s gospel reading is also about that theme. The treasure being sought is “The Kingdom of Heaven”. What is that? We can paraphrase it as “The Presence of God”.
Pope Francis recently blessed the national Eucharistic Revival Team as the parish phase of the revival kicked off. Find out more in this three-minute video as EWTN looks “In Depth” at the renewal of belief and devotion to keep Christ at the heart of each parish.
In today’s gospel, we hear about the parable of the weeds among the wheat.
Let us pray that Catholics place at the center of their lives the Eucharistic Celebration, which transforms human relationships profoundly and opens up an encounter with God and their brothers and sisters.
Pope Francis – July 2023
Today’s theme is that Jesus “speaks” in parables. Christianity is a religion rooted in “The Word.” The Word made flesh in Christ and the Word that is incarnated in every Christian. Hence, language is something more than an instrument of communication, it is a form of human communion.
Our parish has started a year-long review of, and deepening commitment to, the real presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharistic. In this video (in both English and Spanish), learn more about the source and summit of the Christian life. (En Español) Signup to Join the Flock! Sign Me Up Do you want to stay Read More
Let us pray for God’s grace and healing throughout the next year of this Eucharistic Revival.
Camp only lasted 5 days, but those moments will stay with us forever. Our Core Team learned many leadership skills and discovered that God is calling them to be light for this world. They also found out that Fr. Sal is a great dancer!
Happy 4th of July! As we celebrate this day, let us remember that we would not gain or sustain independence without the sacrifice and hard work of our military service members. Therefore, this week I’d like to use a reflection that Father Steve Kuehn, OFM wrote for Veteran’s Day. I wanted to also inform you Read More
In the Gospel reading for this Sunday Jesus says, “Fear no one.” He tells us to keep our priorities straight. He tells us that we shouldn’t even be afraid of people who could kill us when we stand for his truth. “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul.”