Browsing the July 2020 archive of Fr.'s Letters

From Administrator's desk on the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 26th, 2020

Posted by Louise Carman on 7/26/20

What do we need to have good life? Very often we think we need a lot of things. We try to fill our lives with material possessions and we choke on them. We seek more friends, approval, and more connections, but as a result we get greatly disappointed. Frequently ... Read More »

From Administrator’s Desk, 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time, July 19, 2020

Posted by Louise Carman on 7/19/20

In his novel, “The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” Robert Louis Stevenson quite accurately captures the struggle between good and evil in each human person. Although Stevenson’s novel seems an exaggeration, nonetheless, it shows well that in each one of us there’s a little bit of ... Read More »

From Administrator’s Desk, 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A. July 12th, 2020

Posted by Louise Carman on 7/11/20

We live in a very busy world. At least, we think we are very busy. While reading the parable ofthe sower and the seed I was thinking of the time given us by God. It is all we have. We do not have allthe time of the world; in ... Read More »

From Administrator's Desk on the 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year A

Posted by Louise Carman on 7/05/20

On the Independence Day weekend we are invited to reflect on deeper meaning of our freedom andresponsibilities we carry out as American citizens. By signing the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776, the Founding Fathers of America knew well the cost and the need for freedom from foreign ... Read More »