4th Sunday of Lent

Dear Parishioners, During this time where many are afraid and we are asked to have a certain social distancing it is important to come and pray.  Let this be a time of deepening, of greater love and trust in God, and not less.  I hope that at our Churches we can have Adoration and Confessions available. Also, I hope that every family can celebrate a liturgy of the word in their home.   We will be providing the Liturgy of the Word, printed for everyone at our Churches, It will also be available via email and on Facebook.  The homilies
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Third Sunday of Lent

Dear Parishioners, In this third Sunday of Lent we ask the Holy Spirit to help us to re-discover our personal thirst for the  “living waters” Jesus promises us. We are blessed whenever we become aware of this thirst. Our catechumens and candidates are a powerful reminder to us of just how deeply seated the thirst of the human heart is. The “well is deep” said the Samaritan woman…and the thirst runs even deeper, it springs from the eternity of God and it changes human lives. To experience the longing for the Lord is without a doubt a great gift of
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Second Sunday in Lent

In today’s Gospel we climb the mountain with Peter, James and John, and Jesus is transfigured before us. For a moment something of His true glory is revealed to his disciples, in order that they keep this memory with them through the dark passage that is to follow.  His face shines like the sun, the cloud of glory overshadows them and the Father’s voice is heard: “This is my Beloved Son … Listen to him.” Peter wants to prolong the experience, to stay there forever. No, the light will fade, the glory will pass – but Jesus will remain, Jesus who
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First Sunday of Lent

Jump, then pray… Dear parishioners, I wish all of us a very blessed Lenten season. We are searching the Lord with greater intensity during these 40 days of holiness and we’re asking the Lord to send His Spirit so as to lead us into the “desert” that we might be face to face with our temptations, these disordered paths leading nowhere… We are here to face the truth about our relationship with Our Savior, Jesus Christ, and that will no doubt inspire us to meet Him in the sacrament of Confession. We’ll present to Him “the cry of the poor”,
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