April 2023

“I am the gate for the sheep…Whoever enters through me will be saved.” In John’s Gospel, Jesus proclaims seven “I Am” statements that point to His unique, divine identity and purpose: I am the Bread of Life (John 6:35) I am the Light of the World (John 8:12) I am the Door (Gate) (John 10:9) I am the Good Shepherd (John 10:11, 14) I am the Resurrection and the Life (John 11:25) I am the Way and the Truth and the Life (John 14:6) I am the Vine

On behalf of our Mission Trip Team, THANK YOU SO MUCH! A few weeks ago we returned from our week-long Mission Trip to Poland with full hearts, open minds, and mixed emotions. Our experience, as Fr Reynold mentioned in his recent pastoral message, was “heavy.” Heavy with stories of war, suffering, and loss. But it was also a trip loaded with faith, hope, and love. And we want to tell you all about it! Our trip would not have been possible

In 2000, Saint John Paul II designated the second Sunday of Easter, which is the eighth and final day of the Easter Octave, as Divine Mercy Sunday. He believed that the Divine Mercy of God was the key to understanding the joy of Easter. Today’s gospel scene provides insight into this great mystery of the Divine Mercy. On the first Easter Sunday evening, Jesus comes in the midst of His disciples, whom he finds frightened and ashamed behind a locked door.

Hey Y’all! “Victimae paschali laudes immolent Christiani.” The Latin phrase above is an excerpt taken from one of our liturgical songs today. While a poetic command, it implies a lot of backstory, making the phrase pretty theological but even more deeply foundational to Christian faith. Now I know just enough Latin to be a wee bit dangerous, still I might translate the excerpt like this: “Christians, offer praises of sacrifice to the Passover Victim.” The hymn in the bulletin translates the phrase as

This coming October 20-21, in response to the call for a National Eucharistic Revival, our Diocese will set out to host our own Eucharistic Congress at Christ Cathedral. This free 2-day event will invite people from all walks of life to gather in anticipation of the nearness of God. Through powerful speakers, transformative prayer, and Sacramental celebrations, we will experience the life that flows from His existence, meeting Him in the reality of His Presence. With tracks in English, Spanish and

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