Healing is woven into the life of our parish

 Not So Ordinary Time

“Nature is alive and growing, and God’s grace sustains it. And so the Church chooses green as the color for Ordinary Time. Color reaches into our senses every bit as much as music or art or architecture, or the poetry of liturgical language–because prayer involves every part of the human person.” Listen to Monsignor King’s Sunday homily HERE.

SOLEMNITY OF THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST

 

“It became clear to me—through worshiping and praying in other congregations—that they may be very, very good at talking about Jesus and singing about Jesus, but it was only in a Catholic Mass that I had the clear impression that we were not talking about the Lord, we were talking with the Lord, who was truly present in our midst.” Listen to Monsignor King’s homily HERE.

Music is important in our parish!

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WATER AND THE RIVER

A young monk sought out a wizened old Abbot in the monastery. “Why,” the young man asked, “Has my prayer become dry and distant?” The old man looked him in the eye and told him a story. Listen to Monsignor King’s weekend homily HERE.

  SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER

In his weekend homily, Monsignor King said, “Jesus wasn’t playing a game, and He really meant it when He said, ‘If you love me, you’ll keep my commandments and I’ll send you the Holy Spirit.’ It’s what He meant by love that makes all the difference.” Listen or download HERE.

GETTING READY FOR OUR ETERNAL HOME

In his weekend homily, Deacon Hall said: “THIS WEEK, while you are getting dressed, look at yourself in the mirror. Look yourself in the eyes and into your soul. Then affirm your faith in Jesus and tell yourself: ‘The risen Son of God lives in me . . . I am a living stone in God’s house!’ As you do that, God will show something of himself through your life.” Listen or download HERE.

WHAT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF MASS?

IN HIS HOMILY FOR APRIL 30, MONSIGNOR KING SAID, “If we come to Mass with a closed heart, a closed mind, a closed soul, it’s often hard for the Lord to get through that closed barrier. What’s the most important part of Mass?” Find out HERE.  (Image excerpt from Duccio di Buoninsegna [Public domain, {{PD-1923}}], via Wikimedia Commons)

A MERCY THAT CHANGES EVERYTHING


ON DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY, DEACON HALL SAID, “I’d like to suggest a prayer for this coming week (or maybe for the rest of your life): Lord Jesus, I open my life today to your mercy. Help me to adore and obey you. Give me the grace never to ignore you. Let me be a channel of your mercy to the people I meet today. Amen.” Listen online HERE.