August 2022

Hey y’all, Just a quick little word this week. I wanted to use this bulletin space this week to introduce a couple new folks to the parish. They’re both joining the parish/school staff, helping lead in faith formation, sacraments, and family ministry. So read below these little introductions to our sisters, Denise and Rhea. And then, go and meet them when you have a chance. They’re coming to Mass. They’re working in the school and the parish office. And they’re around

What will happen to us when we die?” In today’s world, the question leads to much debate. For those without faith, this life is all there is. For them, death is the end. However, for those of us who believe in Jesus Christ, death is actually the beginning rather than the end. Either way, both believers and non-believers should agree that there is no way for us to scientifically know or to prove what will happen when we die. When

Hey y’all I had a conversation not too long ago with someone I’ll simply refer to as a free-spirit. He was driving a van seemingly held together by stickers reflecting religious or political themes. He parked right next to where I was getting out of my car. I didn’t think too much about it. I took my walk along the beach. Then when I returned, I saw that “free-spirit” had opened up his van and set up camp in the parking

Liturgical Ministers are vital to our celebration of liturgy each week. These ministers include Altar Servers (3rd grade and older), Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC), Lectors, Greeters and Ushers. To ensure that we have up-to-date information for each minister, we are asking ALL Liturgical Ministers to register. This includes those who have been serving for many years as well as those who are new to service as Liturgical Ministers.  Please click here to register for the training. ALL Liturgical Ministers (whether

“Blessed are those servants whom the master finds vigilant on his arrival.” Jesus encourages us to be vigilant, yet, in our busy lives, endless distractions interfere with our journey of faith. When we pay attention to distractions, we move away from God and fill that space with even more distractions. If we think of our journey of faith as a drive in a car, we can immediately see the danger of being distracted. After all, who wants to be in a

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