Bulletin for 1-31-2021

Click for PDF of Bulletin Signup on Flocknote to get your bulletin by email each week. Inside this week: Fr. Sam invites you to discover the contributions of Black Catholics to our Faith Social Outreach thanks you for your contributions Announcing the Annual Catholic Appeal for 2021 Send in a photograph to celebrate National Marriage […]

Bulletin for 11-03-2019

INSIDE: Jesus stopped and invited himself to dinner at the home of this man. And what a change in Zacchaeus as a result! We ask: ‘How am I changed by Jesus’ presence with me?” (Fr. Vince – pg. 3)

Bulletin for 10-27-2019

INSIDE: I am thinking that today’s Gospel invites us to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation. What a wonderful way to know again the wonderful healing of God’s love for us. (Fr. Vince – pg. 3)

Bulletin for 10-20-2019

INSIDE: Our persistent prayer is about a faithful relationship to God that expands us and our expectations of how God is to act. God always acts justly… (Fr. Vince – pg. 3)

Bulletin for 9-29-2019

INSIDE: Today’s second reading invites us to lead “a life of righteousness, piety, faith, love, patience, and meekness,” on the other hand, both the first reading and the Gospel offers us the total contrast… (Fr. Oscar – pg. 3)

Bulletin for 9-22-2019

INSIDE: The most interesting part of today’s passage is that it uncovers the strategy of all who want to be bandits, but without being noticed, that is, within a certain margin of “legality.” — (Fr. Oscar – pg. 3)

Bulletin for 9-15-2019

INSIDE: God rejoices to find what is lost. It doesn’t require any moral extracts because its appeal is much deeper than thought. It works in us; it shapes us if we allow ourselves to dwell in it. (Fr. Oscar – pg. 3)

Bulletin for 9-8-2019

INSIDE: “Our discipleship cannot be just another project that we mean to get to, later. Like the unfinished stadium in the middle of the desert, if our discipleship sits there abandoned too long, it is all going to come tumbling down!” (Fr. Vince – p. 3)

Bulletin for 9-01-2019

INSIDE: This Labor Day weekend we can reflect on and give thanks for “the work of human hands,” to borrow a phrase from the liturgy. In fact, the word liturgy comes from two ancient words that mean “the work of the people. ” (Fr. Vince – pg. 3)

Bulletin for 8-25-2019

INSIDE: “I don’t think so! Every one of us knows a saint—a dancing saint! I think it is possible to dance with the saints, dance with our cross, and dance through the narrow gate all the way to God!” (Fr. Vince ‐ pg. 3)