Reflections on the weekly gospel from our Pastoral Team.

Happy Birthday, Church!

This Sunday, we celebrate the Feast of Pentecost. On Pentecost, we celebrate the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles gathered full of fear in the upper room in Jerusalem. This marks the beginning of the Church.  We welcome the Holy Spirit into our hearts and lives to give hope to the hearts that are frightened.

Celebrating Mothers Day 2024

Happy Mother’s Day! Thank you to our parishioners who sent photographs of their mothers to honor them on their special day.

Jesus Is Lifted Up

The Holy Spirit continues to be poured upon all of us today, helps the church to proclaim the good news, to help the poor, and to love our neighbor. It is through the work of the Spirit that we meet Jesus and can see his work today.

May Your Joy Be Complete

Are we compassionate, merciful, kind, generous, and caring towards each other as Jesus is towards us? What would our world be like if all of us who call ourselves Catholic Christians practiced the commandments? Surely, our lives would be more fruitful, humanitarian, and complete.

Connect to Christ

If we remain connected to (Jesus), we can bear much fruit and glorify the Father.

The Good Shepherd

Deacon Lyle Blackmon writes about Jesus as the Good Shepherd.

The Splendor of Easter

From the Pastor’s Desk The reflections of Easter on sin and penance differ from those of Lent. The focus during Easter is not on the evils of sin but on redemption from sin. With the resurrection of Christ, the world has been transformed. We are no longer mired down by darkness, by evil. The world Read More

Divine Mercy

From Our Pastoral Associate Jesus’s mercy, love, kindness, patience, and forgiveness surpass all his disciples’ obstacles, anguish, and disbelief. Although Jesus was sold, betrayed, denied, and abandoned by those he loved unconditionally, he never harbored hatred or resentment, and he never took revenge. While the disciples were behind closed doors, in the house where they Read More

Rejoice and Be Glad!

From Our Pastor This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad (today’s psalm). We just celebrated the Triduum, commemorating the passion, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, and today we celebrate the victory of our Lord over death. We welcome our new brothers and sisters to our Read More

Carrying Jesus

Would you like to give Jesus his rightful place of Lordship, King of your life? If you want to give our King his rightful place, be a donkey, humble to follow the example of service that Christ gave us, and stubborn and passionate about all things concerning our God.

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