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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT 2017

   A Word from Fr. Bob     Dear Church Family, A joyous Christmas Eve to all of you.  I feel really good and at peace because it seems that all our gifting especially our own St. Vincent DePaul, our own St. Augustine Wellston Center and our own Father Bob’s Outreach of Food Baskets, all went […]

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WHO ARE YOU?

Dear Church Family,  The Importance of John the Baptist! WHO ARE YOU? Let us place ourselves in Jerusalem.  Jesus has not yet arrived on the scene, but John is baptizing in the Jordan for repentance of sin.  Scripture says all of Jerusalem and Judea and the area around the Jordan, all are coming out to […]

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Well done, good and faithful servant

A Word from Fr. Bob   Dear Church Family, I can remember back in the 1980’s when we had an African American bishop named Bishop Terry Steib from the Divine Word Fathers in Mississippi and Louisiana.  He very successfully went on to become the Bishop of Memphis.  He has since then retired but he is noted […]

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FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT

Dear Family Church, Expected celebration of the real meaning of Christmas, church family members and guests. Who would have “thunk it”? Church family, very unlikely, surprisingly way out of the ordinary, people of God would have been aware of the great miracle to come in very ordinary, simple, poverty-related way of God entering into our […]

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THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT

Dear Family Church, The questions to ask others that enter into your life during this Gaudete “Rejoice Sunday” where pink vestments are worn as a symbol of joy are: “Tell me about yourself!” or “How are you?” We should sit back and give the impression that they have the invitation to tell about how they […]

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