No Open Gym or Basketball Sunday September 25

Our busy volunteers have other commitments this week, so we aren’t able to provide the necessary Sunday night staffing. See you next Sunday!

CCD begins this weekend!

You can find the CCD calendar and instructions for opening days HERE!

The 2016–2017 CCD year begins Sunday, September 25, and Monday, September 26, for all students registered in the CCD & Edge programs.

The class assignments for these students have been posted.

If you have not registered, please complete the registration form HERE and drop it off at the parish office, or put it in the CCD slot at Connections Corner.

Peace or Division?

“When Jesus said he had not come to bring peace but to bring division, he was talking about the effect of his coming, not that this was the purpose of his coming. Later in his Gospel Luke reports Jesus clearly saying, “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost” (Luke 19:10). God desires our salvation; that was the purpose for Jesus coming. Yet God gives everyone free will–the freedom and responsibility to choose, and there are some who will not submit to God.” Listen to DEACON HALL’s entire homily online HERE.

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Weeping with Jesus

“Brothers and sisters, recognize who we are—the Body of Christ—and that we are truly brothers and sisters with those around the world who suffer pain and violence, whose hearts are breaking, and whose eyes day and night stream with tears. Ours is an invitation to weep with Jesus at the pain of this world, and to pray with Jesus that the grace and mercy of God, a loving Father, will change the hearts of those who plot violence and refuse mercy.” Listen to MONSIGNOR KING’s entire homily online HERE.

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‘The Joy of Love’: What does the Pope’s message on marriage and the family mean for us?

amoris_laetitiaAs Pope Francis asks pastors of souls to enter into discernment with persons whose marriage situations keep them from the sacramental life of the Church, I want our parishioners to know that the parish clergy are available and eager to meet with anyone in such a situation, and to do as Pope Francis asks, discern God’s will together with them, in humility, discretion, and faithfulness to the Gospel and the Church. — Monsignor King

Read Monsignor’s commentary, find a special Contact Form to request an appointment, or download the Pope’s message HERE.