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What Do You Know About the Kingdom of God

Catholic Corner
January 24, 2021

The Kingdom of God is the central teaching of Jesus’ ministry.  By what he said and what he did he proclaimed that the Kingdom of God had […]

What Do You Know About the Kingdom of God2021-01-22T11:00:49-05:00

Ordinary Time

Catholic Corner
January 17, 2021

Now that the Christmas Season is past, we return to Ordinary Time but Ordinary Time is anything but ordinary! Our focus tends to be on the “big […]

Ordinary Time2021-01-14T17:35:44-05:00

The Great Land of Appalachia

Recently, Fr. Andy announced that Bishop John Stowe and Fr. Marc Bentley will be doing a Zoom presentation in late February. In his letter Fr. Andy said, “In so many […]

The Great Land of Appalachia2021-01-22T10:01:45-05:00

Pastoral Message: January 10, 2021

Dear Parishioners,

This weekend we celebrate the feast of the Baptism of the Lord.  We are not always aware that this feast is the culmination of the Christmas season.  The Baptism […]

Pastoral Message: January 10, 20212021-01-07T13:28:33-05:00

To Die and Rise in Christ

Catholic Corner
January 10, 2021

On this Feast of the Baptism of the Lord we are called to remind ourselves of the meaning of our own baptism.  There is certainly irony this […]

To Die and Rise in Christ2021-01-07T13:26:14-05:00

Pastoral Message: January 3, 2021

Dear Parishioners and Guests,

My systematic professor and rector at the time, Father Bob Leavitt, once told a story in class about a bumper sticker he saw while driving to the […]

Pastoral Message: January 3, 20212020-12-31T15:13:38-05:00

Epiphany!

Catholic Corner
January 3, 2021

The roots of Epiphany are found in the Eastern tradition.  It is seen as early as the 2nd century in Egypt.  By the 4th century even as […]

Epiphany!2020-12-31T15:15:03-05:00

All Things Christmas

Catholic Corner
December 27, 2020

Surprise!! Christmas is not a celebration of Jesus’ birthday! Scholars actually place the birth of Jesus around late Spring into Summer approximately 5 B.C.E.  The Feast of […]

All Things Christmas2020-12-28T11:00:35-05:00

Pastoral Message: December 25, 2020

Dear Parishioners and Guests,

As we begin the great season of Christmas, when the lowly and humble crib has come to symbolize the home out on the margins, where Emmanuel, God- […]

Pastoral Message: December 25, 20202020-12-24T09:57:50-05:00

Reconciliation Reflection

An Advent Reconciliation Reflection At Home During the Pandemic

Introduction:
Advent is a season of patient waiting.   This year our journey of quiet expectation for the comings of Christ has been disrupted. […]

Reconciliation Reflection2020-12-22T17:32:04-05:00
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