Author: Kevin Murray

Today the Church celebrates the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem surrounded by people that acclaim him as one sent by God to save and lead the Jewish people in fulfillment of their scripture. Each of the four Gospels contains an almost identical account of Jesus entering into Jerusalem surrounded by an adoring crowd because they each felt that it was essential to connect Jesus to the promises of salvation which were found in Hebrew Scripture. Often this entry is claimed to

Participant Information 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 19th through Friday, July 23rd from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. What: Registration for VBS ($100 per child) includes a wonderful week of games, Bible stories, crafts, science experiments, snacks, VBS

Do you ever wake up with a song playing in your brain? Sometimes I wake up to pop music history. Sometimes these tunes have accompanied dreams; sweet or not so sweet. Sometimes, it’s just a line or two in a song that just loops over and over and over. I’ve recently awakened to the Buggles, the Cure, ABBA, Patsy Cline, Beyonce, Credence Clearwater Revival, Queen, Glenn Miller, Skeeter Davis, Marshall Crenshaw, the Dead Kennedys, and Eres Tu by Mocedades. My

Happy Laetare Sunday! The fourth Sunday of Lent is sometimes called “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. Throughout Lent

The Gospel verse today is John 3:16, “God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might have eternal life.”  It is a passage that we have heard often and are reminded of by signs at sporting events stating, “John 3:16.”  It’s all so familiar that most of us simply take the passage for granted: “Of course God loved the world and sent His son…Did you catch the score of the

Hey Y’all, We’re celebrating the second Sunday of Lent. On this Sunday we’ll hear about Abraham passing a test by being obedient to God by offering Isaac his only son as a sacrifice. We’ll also hear St. Paul’s logic, proving that God is “for us.” And the Gospel is St. Mark’s version of the happenings on that mountain top when the Transfiguration of Jesus revealed some important truths to Peter, James and John. That’s all great theological stuff. I take a lot

Ensenada, Baja California, June 19-25, 2021 WHAT WILL WE BE DOING? Relational ministry. The concept of relational ministry is simple: relationships are at the heart of true conversion. In order to bring others to a relationship with Christ, we must be willing to engage in a relationship with them. Partnering with Praying Pelican Missions we will be serving the community of Ensenada in many different ways. This might include, but is not limited to: • Mercy Ministry – children’s homes, hospitals, prison visits,

Please join over 300 parishioners who have already completed the CLI survey. There are several options for completing the survey: Click here and complete the online survey. Click here to print a paper copy of the survey. Paper copies of the survey are available in the parish office and at all weekend liturgies. Place the completed PAPER surveys into an envelope and return to the parish office or place in the collection bucket at weekend liturgies. The survey will only be available from February 20

    Holy Thursday - Mass of the Lord’s Supper April 1 - 7:30 p.m. Good Friday of the Passion of the Lord April 2 - Liturgy at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Holy Saturday, Vigil of the Resurrection of the Lord April 3 - 7:30 p.m. Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord April 4 - 7:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. All liturgies are in the tent.  No services will be in the church. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, service times are

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