March 2021 archive of From the Pastor
Posted by Mary Young on 3/31/21
Dear Friends, Christos anesti! Alithos anesti! Alleluia! Happy Easter! Christ is risen! Alleluia! Above are the Greek words proclaiming, “Christ is risen! Truly He is risen!” Typically, this is a call and response in which one person declares, “Christos anesti!”, and another person responds, “Alithos anesti!” Easter brings about a joy and ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Young on 3/23/21
Dear Friends, Beginning today, we enter into Holy Week. Using sports analogies, it is the Super Bowl in the Church; it is the March Madness of the liturgical year. It goes without saying, but this is the holiest, the most solemn, most sacred time of the year. It is ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Young on 3/16/21
Dear Friends, After the homily at Holy Mass, we profess our Faith by reciting the Nicene Creed. At the words, “...and by the Holy Spirit, [the Son] was incarnate of the Virgin Mary and became man.” In addition to this, there are two days every year that we kneel or ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Young on 3/10/21
Father Matt is recording a video reflection series in Lent on The Last Seven Words of Christ. If you would like to watch this video you can
click here to go to Resurrection's YouTube Channel.
Every Thursday a new video in the series will be available on YouTube.
Posted by Mary Young on 3/09/21
Dear Friends, We will celebrate the Solemnity of St. Joseph this upcoming Friday, March 19. As a solemnity, it belongs to the highest class of liturgical celebrations—other solemnities include Christmas, Easter, every Sunday, All Saints Day, Immaculate Conception, Assumption of Mary, and there are more. As such, this is a ... Read More »
Posted by Mary Young on 3/02/21
Dear Friends, It may feel like Lent just began the other day. If your Lenten penances are heavy or rigorous, it probably feels like Easter is a long way away, yet by the time you read this, it will be less than a month away. It may seem too early ... Read More »