March 2022

VBS Registration Who: Children who will be entering Preschool (3yrs & potty trained) through 5th grade (based on your child’s school enrollment in the fall). You don’t need to be a parishioner to join us! Invite a friend to join you for the VBS fun! When: Our VBS will run Monday, July 18th through Friday, July 22nd from 9 am to 12 pm. What: Registration for VBS ($100 per child) includes a wonderful week of games, Bible stories, crafts, science experiments, snacks, VBS

Back in the day- around this time of year- I was preparing to become a Roman Catholic Christian. I was part of a group of candidates and catechumen who made up an RCIA class. For those who don’t know, RCIA is the acronym for the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults. Candidates are folks who are already baptized in another denomination of Christianity. Catechumen are unbaptized folks. So, I was a Candidate since I had already been baptized in the Baptist

Happy Laetare Sunday! The fourth Sunday of Lent is referred to as, “Laetare” Sunday. “Laetare” means “Rejoice” in Latin and “Joy” is the theme of today’s liturgy. Traditionally, the liturgical decorations and the priest’s vestment will be changed to a rose or a light-violet color to highlight the fact that Easter is drawing near. We observe our Lenten sacrifices of prayers, fasting and almsgiving, but is also a time for us to rejoice and celebrate even as we do penance. In

“If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.” That’s great advice, but how do we know when we are hearing God’s voice. It’s probably not coming to us from a burning bush or from a cloud. It might come through our families, friends, neighbors, priests, or teachers. However, sometimes it comes to us unexpectedly from surprising sources. We’re happy to call any voice, “God’s voice” when it agrees with our own plan for our lives. The problem arises

Last Friday, I was driving thru a local fast-food place where, I guess, I am known. I didn’t know anybody working there knew me. I usually like to remain anonymous at the drive-thru. And I’m not sure exactly how I came to be known by the workers – maybe I had worn a roman collar once driving-thru, or maybe they had seen me at Mass? I’m not really sure. But the dude at the window said… “It’s a good thing

Happy Lenten season! Blessings and peace be with you. May our loving God continue to bless and guide us during this special penitential time of reflection and renewal. We began our Lenten Season on Ash Wednesday by receiving ashes to remind us to: “Repent, and believe in the Gospel” (Mark 1:15) or “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return” (Genesis 3:19). Receiving ashes signifies repentance as the prophets proclaimed in the scriptures: “I turned to the Lord

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