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Fr. Bob's Corner - January 31, 2021

Posted on January 29, 2021 in: Pastor

        I’ve always found that the truest friends are the ones who challenge us to be better people.  The ones who are there during the tough times, sure.  But the ones who also aren’t afraid to tell us how it is and help us to change for the better.  This is also true in our faith life.  If we aren’t challenged in our faith, then we can’t be better Christians.  We can’t grow in holiness.  And holiness is nothing more than knowing the love of God.  It’s not floating or glowing or any of that.  It’s simply ha...

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KofC Pope John Paul I Council FUNDRAISER Please support our Super Bowl LV fundraiser. Football Mania is our primary fundraiser for the year. Tickets are only available on-line. Please use this link, Purchase Tickets. Thank you.

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Fr. Bob's Corner - January 24, 2021

Posted on January 22, 2021 in: Pastor

Jonah is one of the worst prophets in all of the Old Testament.  God asks him to be a prophet.  He says no.  He tries to escape God (hilariously) and goes on a voyage.  He then is thrown overboard after the crew mates on the ship he is on discover that the reason why they are having such bad weather is because God is hounding Jonah to do His will.  He is then swallowed by a large fish (a whale).  He is then cast onto the shore of the Ninevites who are the worst people.  Finally Jonah agrees to do His will and go through Nineveh telling them to repent.  After doing that, Jonah goes up...

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Posted on January 21, 2021 in: General News

Does it seem like a good time to spend some time getting to know or grow deeper in a relationship with the one who deeply loves you, created you, formed you?  The ALPHA program will be offered Thursday evenings via Zoom at 7:30pm.  Mark your calendar, Save the date for an on-line virtual information night - February 4th, 7:30pm!  Sign-up here:  

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Forgive Us, Father Join us January 24-February 1 as we ask forgiveness for sins against the Eucharist. Let us start afresh in 2021 with a commitment to honor the Blessed Sacrament. Join the novena here!

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Posted on January 19, 2021 in: General News

ADORATION:  Let us be thankful to such a truly generous Giver, He who is Love and Mercy.   Many who have signed up for Adoration do not appear to be present for their originally scheduled hour.  Most likely this is due to pandemic reasons.  Please try to keep your scheduled hour or recruit a substitute through Flocknote, so that Jesus is never alone.   New to adoration?  Here are some open hours: SUN 2PM; MON 3PM; WED 2PM; FRI 12PM, 1PM; SAT 1PM, 4PM Of course you are welcome anytime.  The general hours are after morning Mass until ...

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Fr. Bob's Corner - January 17, 2021

Posted on January 15, 2021 in: Pastor

God speaks to us.  He does!  It’s an undeniable truth.  The incredible volume of this world and it’s problems makes it nearly impossible to hear Him. Notice where Samuel is when God calls to him.  He’s sleeping in the Temple.  We can all sympathize with that.  But he has been spending time with the Arc of the Covenant - the dwelling of God.  While he was in prayer, he passed out.  Samuel is so relatable.  He’s not perfect.  He can’t stay up all night with the holy dwelling of God.  Think of even the holy Apostles in the garden with the ...

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Fr. Bob's Corner - January 10, 2021

Posted on January 09, 2021 in: Pastor

This weekend we celebrate the Baptism of our Lord.  His Baptism was not like the one John the Baptism was performing.  Our Lord was Baptized so that we could see the difference between the two - John the Baptism Baptizing for repentance and Jesus’ was a Baptism in the Holy Spirit, where you hear the words of the Father called you His “Beloved”.  Beloved.  To be loved.  Our Baptism allows us to be loved.  It is the simplest explanation of Baptism - Simply to be loved by God.  Every time we use holy water to bless ourselves - a reminder of that.  Every time we genu...

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COVID-19 Update - January 3, 2021

Posted on January 03, 2021 in: Pastor

Please click on this link to view Fr. Bob 's message: We have discovered that one of our administrators have tested positive for COVID 19 using a rapid test.  Based upon this information and out of an abundance of caution, all parish Masses are suspended, including daily Mass until all test results are confirmed and all persons in close proximity are tested as well.  Please stay informed using our various means of communication via the parish website, Facebook page, and flocknote. Please keep in prayer our parish family. May the Lord...

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