Daily Archives: January 1, 2018


NEW YEAR’S DAY

Since January 1st falls on a Monday, it will not be a holy day of obligation, but it is a very important feast day in the Catholic Church. It is the Feast of Mary the Mother of God. There will be a Mass at 7:30 a.m. on New Year’s Day and there will be Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament after Mass until 8:00 p.m. There will be the normal praise and worship from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. with confessions being heard at the same time. What better way to start off the New Year than by participating in Mass to hear God’s Word and to receive Jesus in the...


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BUILDING TRUST

As we end the year of 2017, Monsignor Larry would like to thank all those who have adopted being good stewards as a way of life and have made tithing (giving back to God His 10% from what He has given to us) a meaningful part of your lives. It is important for us to be good stewards and give back to God from what He has given to us. Tithing is a good way to build our trust in God since it means taking God at His word. The start of a New Year gives us an excellent opportunity to begin to live this life of trust and...


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Weekly Bulletin

12/31/2017 My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, May the Peace of the Lord be with you. Today in celebrating the Feast of the Holy Family, we have the opportunity to look at the life of Jesus, Mary and Joseph to see what lessons we can learn and hopefully put into practice in our own families. Many times we make the mistake of thinking that because Mary and Joseph were the parents of Jesus, the Son of God, that they must have had God’s direct intervention in their everyday life’s problems. Because we see them as “special,” our tendency is to tell ourselves that it is almost impossible to...


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