Hello, This week we have several opportunities for our spiritual growth. On Wednesday, January 10th at 6:30 pm, The Office of Peace, Justice, and Ecological Integrity of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth invite you to MANY JOURNEYS, ONE FAMILY a Prayer Service in celebration of National Migration Week Wednesday, January 10, […]Read more "Upcoming Social Justice Events"
Remember to make a difference in 2018. Please focus on self-giving. Especially to the weak, the poor, the different, and the other.Read more "Remember"
Sirach 3:2-7, 12-14; Colossians 3:12-21; Luke 2:22-40 As we meditate on what it means to be a holy family, we are presented with three scriptural texts to guide us. Our first reading from Sirach describes a blissful experience of family. All is perfect! Everyone treats one another in an idyllic fashion. Being part of the […]Read more "Homily: Holy Family 2017"
I believe that all families are holy. This includes those who are traditional as well as those who blended, led by a single parent, led by two parents of the same sex, divorced and remarried, and on and on. Ultimately, families will be reviewed based on their heartfelt compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. This […]Read more "Holy Family"
It seems to me that we spend too much time on the birth and death of Jesus. We do not spend nearly enough time on his life, teaching and ministry.Read more "Too Much Time Spent on Jesus"
Here are some lyrics to Anne Murray’s, A Little Good News. “Not much to print today, can’t find nothin’ bad to say”, because Nobody robbed a liquor store on the lower part of town Nobody OD’ed, nobody burned a single buildin’ down Nobody fired a shot in anger, nobody had to die in vain We […]Read more "Christmas Homily 2017"
Have to do with a Christmas Homily? Check back tomorrow….Read more "What does Anne Murray…."