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12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

A word from—Fr. Chris    “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul” (Matthew 10:28) Brethren, we have returned to our celebration of the Sunday Liturgy called the Sundays in Ordinary Time from where we broke off to enter the holy season of Lent, followed by Easter and […]

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TRINITY SUNDAY

A Word from Fr. Bob   Dear Church Family, What a glorious celebration of our church’s birthday as God’s people on the Feast of Pentecost, last Sunday with “Red” as the symbol.  I used the word “surprise” just be surprised!  I said, “Look for little surprises in your daily life.”  I had two surprises the other […]

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Pentecost Sunday 2017

In today’s scripture, the apostles receive the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Holy Trinity who is often treated like the forgotten man. An analogy I like to use refers to Christmas. Terry and I have hosted Christmas Eve dinner and presents for the entire family for about 40 years. Before us, my mother […]

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SEVENTH SUNDAY OF EASTER 2017

Dear Church Family, Welcome to this glorious Feast of Victory, this feast of the Ascension of the Lord into heaven.  As He goes, He commissions us to go into the world to proclaim the Good News and baptize people in the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit and be blessedly assured that […]

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SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER 2017

Dear Church Family, I’ve been resting in the Sacred Word this week and certainly it’s more than Good News.  Alleluia!  Let’s take it to heart what the Lord is promising you and me and it will allow us all the more to be fortified in union with Him.  So that we may go out and […]

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Mothers’ Sunday

Fr. Bob has asked me to preach today, the Mothers’ Sunday, with particular reference to the way it is celebrated in Nigeria.  Over there, their own celebration is slightly different than here.  It is not basically giving of cards and flowers to one’s mom and other gifts but much more.  It is rather a broader […]

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FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

Dear Church Family,   Last Wednesday, I was sitting in my prayer chair at my little Altar that I have with the Blessed Mother Statue, the Crucifix, the Bible and lots of other little symbols and a candle to especially remind me of the presence of the Good Shepherd.  Today, I am resting in the […]

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