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06
Jan

Have You Shared the Message of the Gospel?

Christmas and New Years is an incredible time of the year. People give more, they grieve more, they sing more, they eat more and spend more time with family. And I have found that Christians, in particular, become more evangelistic. I know this because I get more prayer requests and […]

02
Jan

LET US ADORE JESUS!

Today’s Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord is hopeful and relevant to our lives like the other stories that surround the birth of Jesus. In Matthew’s gospel, we’re told that the magi are “from the east.” They were foreigners to the people of Israel. They didn’t belong. And they […]

23
Dec

A Savior is Born

A Savior is Born During Christmas time we once again realize how blessed we are. We are preparing ourselves to celebrate the physical entrance of God in human history. What a great mystery: “The Word become flesh and dwelt among us” (Jn: 1,14). December is a time to look back […]

21
Dec

Following St Joseph’s Example

Matthew 1.18-24 ‘The birth of Jesus the Christ took place in this way. When his mother Mary had been engaged to Joseph, but before they lived together, she was found to be with child from the Holy Spirit. Her husband Joseph, being a righteous man and unwilling to expose her […]

04
Dec

Bringing Clarity to our Mission

On November 23rd, we invited parish leaders to join us for a half day seminar, to explore the next steps in our journey together in “Carrying on Our Mission”. By now, you’ve probably heard people talking about our parish mission to love God, love others and make disciples. Maybe you’ve […]

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