In this photo, we see John Walsh, St. Mary’s Director of Religious Education, with some kids in the town of La Concepción. Though John doesn’t speak Spanish, and the kids don’t speak English, that didn’t seem to matter at all.
- Bianca Jasmin Gómez-García
- Kimberly Adriana Gómez-García
- Abigail Marie Keller
- Gregory Cooke & Katelyn Garner
- Alberta Sundberg – (June 27, 1947 – September 26, 2013)
Special Anniversary Blessing:
- Hope & Vincent Cusick – (50th anniversary)
Today we celebrate the final Sunday in our liturgical year. Most probably the idea of Christ the King is not a title that we relate to because of our democratic heritage. However, the Gospel message explains this title very well
Our scripture readings continue the theme of preparation for the “end time”. It appears that a lot of things are thriving that really aren’t the best for everyone, but God, through His Word is saying to each one of us
Church language has us talking about the “end times” and in the front of the Altar we have the “Book of the Dead”.
One thing I especially like about our Church is the paradoxes that are always before us such as
What a very human thing it is that we want to see just what’s going on and, often times, we will go to extreme measures in order to get a glimpse of the event. So it was with Zaccheus –
Mis queridos amigos,
Al comenzar el mes de noviembre, recuerde retroceder sus relojes una hora. La manera más fácil de recordar en qué dirección va el reloj es que en “El otoño el reloj va una hora atrás, y en la
Today, Catholic Christians celebrate the Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time. On this day, we hear the story of Zacchaeus, the chief tax collector of a town who was very wealthy. When he heard that Jesus would be passing through town,
My Dear Friends,
As we begin the month of November, remember to turn your clocks back one hour. “Fall back, spring ahead” is the easy way to remember which way the clock goes. This is a good time to change the
Today, Catholic Christians throughout the world celebrate the Feast of All Saints.
The purpose of this feast is to celebrate those human beings who are now in heaven for
eternity. As Catholic Christians, we ask God, in his infinite power, mercy, and