Fr McCarthy points out that God fulfilled His promise to King David that he will build a house that will last forever when his descendant Jesus was born. Fr McCarthy also discusses the important role Joseph & Mary played in making that happen.
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Nicole Flowers joined Saint Ann Parish three years ago and from the outset was active in our community. Listen is as Father McCarthy thanked her for being with us and wished her well on her decision to join the Dominican nuns.
St. Ann has a Hospitality Team that acts in many ways. But is that Team solely responsible for the hospitality of the entire parish? That is their main focus, but the responsibility of being a welcoming, hospitable parish is on all of us. We know that we are not doing the Sign of Peace during … Continued
As a continuation from last week’s bulletin article about how Christ is calling us to be good stewards of all that we have and all that we are. Here are some additional possibilities to help us focus on the fundamentals of stewardship, of spiritual growth and preparation for the coming of Jesus Christ? Do you … Continued
During this time of Advent preparation, do you know how St. John the Baptist prepare the way for Jesus and actually prepared the way for us. Listen in as Father McCarthy digs just a little deeper into the keys to our Salvation.
As we wait for God to become incarnate, we look to the whole body of Christ, past and present, for models of embodied faith. The commemoration of saints has been a part of Christian worship since the second century. On December 6 we remember Saint Nicholas, who was the Bishop of Myra in the province … Continued
Beginning Monday, November 30, we will be praying the Angelus at noon and the Divine Mercy chaplet at 3pm as a parish community. Signing up is quick and easy through our website, www.saintannparish.org. Sign up to receive a reminder for either or both prayers with one simple click. FORMED offers a daily reflection! By signing … Continued
When you say the word “Advent,” what immediately pops into mind? A feast of color, a traditional manger scene bathed in soft candlelight, glistening snowflakes falling on festive trees, a yearning for the One who is to come. But sometimes, the season brings other images: crowded stores, treats that tempt us to too many calories, … Continued
Its the beginning of Advent and Fr McCarthy reflects on the Gospel readings while reminding us to include Jesus in our Christmas plans. Plans that could last through the holidays and for eternity.
We have much to be thankful and often times we recognize that most when times are hardest. Listen in as Father McCarthy reminds us of that in his Thanksgiving Day homily. Click the link below to hear more.