Browsing Fr.'s Letters
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 »
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 »
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 »
Posted by Louise Carman on 6/27/20
From Administrator’s Desk on the 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time.
The message for the 13th Sunday of Ordinary calls us to a radical choice whether to be with Jesus ornot. We must remember that life eternal is worth everything. Eternal life begins here and now withhundreds of daily choices. ... Read More »
Posted by Louise Carman on 6/19/20
From Administrator’s Desk:Letter to parishioners on 12th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Year AThere is so much anxiety and turmoil in the world lately. People are unhappy and they blame each other without even looking intothe details of a specific situation. Many think if they change this or that institution ... Read More »
Posted by Louise Carman on 6/15/20
While celebrating the solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, popularly known as Corpus Christi, we are reminded of one of the basic truths we believe as Catholics. Namely, that Jesus Christ is truly present with us under the appearance of bread and wine. We are reminded that ... Read More »
Posted by Louise Carman on 6/06/20
Although we have begun the Ordinary Time in the liturgical calendar, we are stillin a festive mode. The first Sunday after the Pentecost directs our attention to themystery of the Most Holy Trinity.We could do many theological lectures on the topic of the Most Holy Trinity.Many great theologians like ... Read More »
Posted by Louise Carman on 5/28/20
For the apostles the Pentecost, like other Jewish feasts
up to this point, was fulfilled in the mission of Jesus Christ.
The Pentecost came as a completion of the Jewish Feast of
Weeks or Shavuot, which was a celebration of the harvest
that occurred seven weeks (fifty days) after ... Read More »
Posted by Louise Carman on 5/14/20
+Bendito sea Dios!
Queridos hermanos y hermanas en Cristo!
Estamos en los tiempos muy difíciles, pero creemos que Dios no nos abandona. Todos seguimos unidos en oración.
Aquí esta un link de la pagina FaceBook de los Padres Vicentinos que hacen las celebraciones diarias y del domingo para el ... Read More »
Posted by Josh Eagan on 5/13/20
My Dear Faithful in Christ,
We are certainly in very challenging and stressful times these days. I want all of you to know I continue to pray for each and every one of you and your family members and will continue to do so in the days and weeks ... Read More »