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Fr. McCarthy reflects on this past Sunday’s Gospel on the fish and loaves feeding the crowd and its importance in our world today.
Living as stewards is an on-going process of conversion. As disciples who are committed to living our lives as good stewards, we must constantly be attentive to ways we are called to give and share. This is a process of discernment, in which we take stock of the ways we have been blessed and the … Continued
Have you ever lost track of time? Do you know that moment in which you look back at the end of a day or a period of time and wonder how time flew by so quickly? That is a sign of a talent – when we use our talents, time passes by more quickly, the … Continued
Father McCarthy this past Sunday honored the grandparents of Jesus, St. Ann and St Joachim, emphasizing their role and our roles today in the lives of children and grandchildren. As Father McCarthy commented, “Can you imagine how Mary may have reacted if her parents did not install a faith in God in her?”
We live in a time where information is instantaneous. “What’s the name of that song?”, Siri or Shazam can tell you in a few seconds. Our smart phones have more apps and programs than we probably imagine and certainly more than we utilize. If you haven’t already downloaded our Parish App to your phone, we … Continued
Father McCarthy, in his past Sunday homily, talks about growing our faith with prayer and service. In doing so, he acknowledges there are times of doubts and difficulties but reminds us God wants us to succeed and be with him.
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Father John reflects on this past Sunday’s readings when he tells us we are one church and as Catholics need to make radical decisions so God can work through us to show his love for all.
The Eucharist is Jesus, a true mystery of our faith. Father McCarthy this past Sunday Homily in celebration of the feast of Corpus Christ talk about this gift we have been given by Jesus himself. Click the link below to listen in…