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EVER STUCK IN THE MUCK?

EVER STUCK IN THE MUCK? Dear Church Family, That story of Jeremiah in the first reading is about a successful prophet, who had kings listening to him and everything, but things totally turned around and they were trying to kill him because he gives a hard message.  They throw him in a cistern which is […]

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Our faith Journey

            Pastor’s Pen                  A Word from Fr. Chris   Homily: 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time Our faith Journey Faith by definition is said to be “a supernatural gift of God that enables us to believe without doubting whatever God has revealed.” God’s revelation is found on the pages of the […]

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Give us the Holy Spirit

Dear Church Family, The words of the Sacred Scripture that really impressed me was the last words of the gospel.  “If you then, who are wicked know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will the Father in heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him?”  Give us the […]

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Love endures all

Pastor’s Pen       FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME   Dear Church Family, The reading from St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, where love is described, is a passage often used at marriages.  As you read that, especially the part that says, “Love is patient, love is kind, etc.”, say your own name, saying you are patient, […]

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Reflection

 Pastor’s Pen A WORD FROM FR. BOB   My wonderful church family, which I dearly love, and I have told you all that, There is nobody I would rather journey to the kingdom with other than with you, these last 26 years.  So, your pastor, your spiritual leader, must go on retreat every year, usually […]

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God loves a cheerful giver

               Pastor’s Pen                  A Word from Fr. Chris   This poor widow put in more than all the others (Mark 12:43) Brothers and Sisters, having listened to the First Reading and the Gospel of this Mass we see a similarity in the two speaking of widows who were exemplary […]

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