Monthly Archives: August 2020

The Cross Also Reveals God’s Grace and Salvation

Who does not have a cross to carry? In each of our lives at one time or another, there is something painful; it can be either large or small, something that we wish would be different, and it becomes our cross to carry.The cross can be caused by somebody else or we may bring it…
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Ad Resurgendum Cum Christo

Dear Parish Family: On July 22, we received a phone call from another parish in the Diocese in regard to one of our parishioners who died 40 years ago & some random people discovered their ashes in a dumpster. Thank God, next to the ashes was all of the cremation information about that person. One…
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O Woman, Great Is Your Faith!

The woman that came to Jesus in today's gospel does not give up. She was prepared to overcome every difficulty and resistance, and in a bold gesture she prostrates herself at Jesus’ feet stopping him in his tracks, and on her knees, she shouts out, “Lord, help me.”This woman is full of faith and hopes…
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POPE’S MESSAGE

POPE’S MESSAGE | The ‘Our Father’ connects us with the Father through the Holy Spirit The Lord’s Prayer isn’t just any Christian prayer, but the prayer of God’s children, the pope said. By Stephen KempfVATICAN CITY — Forgiving another who has caused pain or offense isn’t easy, Pope Francis said. “It is a grace that…
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