Exercising Christian stewardship has been demanding these many months as the COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down. We were challenged in our ability to be present to others and express gratefulness for the abundance of God’s gifts. Yet, with Easter, there is a restored sense of gratitude and hope. Easter blessings! We can be … Continued
The summit of the Liturgical Year is the Easter Triduum – from the evening of Holy Thursday to the evening of Easter Sunday. Though chronologically three days, they are liturgically one day unfolding for us the unity of Christ’s Paschal Mystery. The single celebration of the Triduum marks the end of the Lenten season, and … Continued
Next week we celebrate Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week. Last year the Church dispensed with the distribution of palms, so we are happy to report that we will have palms for you this year on a table in the Gathering Space. However, given the social distancing guidelines still in place, there will not … Continued
Listen in as Father McCarthy discusses the readings from this past Sunday, Jesus as the Good Shepherd, and what that mean to us.
Father McCarthy continues to challenge us during this Easter time to renew spiritually for the one reason that makes the most sense, “Love”.
Father McCarthy continued his Easter homilies this past Sunday in his “readings” reflection by discussing how “The Lord makes sinners saints”.
BY LORRIE MCNICKLE Photo Credit: Flickr/Ralf Steinberger I find it curious that so many like to pose the question that I as well struggle with at times. the question is: Why would a loving God sent someone to Hell? I wonder though when confronted with this thought and worry, why do so many choose to jeopardize … Continued
As we begin Holy Week here are a few ways you can commemorate the events of the week at home with your family. • Read the daily Gospel each day of the week, these can be found at usccb.org • Pray the Stations of the Cross as a family, these can be found at usccb.org • Read a … Continued