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Pastoral Team Articles

June 2019

Jun 29

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time - 2019

Even though the Bible is written by many different authors to many different listeners over many different centuries, there are some consistent themes and motifs found within its inspired pages. Think of them as God’s not-so-subtle way of getting us to hear the message. One such recurring motif is water. The second story of creation...
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Jun 22

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

"How inestimable a dignity, beloved brethren, divine bounty has bestowed upon us Christians from the treasury of its infinite goodness! For there neither is nor ever has been a people to whom the gods were so nigh as our Lord and God is nigh unto us. "Desirous that we be made partakers of His divinity, the only-begotten Son of God has...
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Jun 15


“Bible” comes from the Greek word for “books.” It is a collection of books separated into the Old Testament (or Hebrew Scriptures) and the New Testament (or Christian Scriptures). Old in the sense of first, not in the sense of outdated; new as a continuation of the first, a completion of the old. Testament is equivalent...
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Jun 8


Obedience I was speaking to a friend about the Church and some of the more “controversial” stances she holds on certain topics. He was having a hard time understanding that despite his disagreement with what the Church teaches he is obligated as a faithful Catholic to follow her teachings on faith and morals obediently despite his...
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Jun 1

Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord 2019

Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord In the “old days” we all called this feast “Ascension Thursday” but its proper name is the fuller version above. Only a few dioceses around the USA still keep this day the traditional nine days before Pentecost because it is a very important feast which gets lost when the majority...
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