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From the Pastor

Parables

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 7/20/19

Dear Friends,

            Parables are the stories Jesus tells throughout the Gospels, stories that can be humorous, that can punch us in the gut, that often teach a moral lesson, that reveal something about the Kingdom of God. Most specifically, the parables reveal to us who Jesus is. Keeping ... Read More »

Repetition

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 7/16/19

Dear Friends,

            Repetition is the mother of all learning, so I've been told before. As I mentioned at some of the Masses this weekend, please keep reminding me of your names so that I may learn them. If I can remember the starting lineup for the 1994 Cleveland ... Read More »

Fr. Matthew Frisbee

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 7/05/19

Dear Friends,

            How excited I am that Bishop Thomas has assigned me to be your pastor! I look forward to getting to know you, serve you, and worship with you in these upcoming weeks, months, and years.

            Perhaps a little introduction of myself is in order. My ... Read More »

Facing the Inevitable with Hope and Trust

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 9/12/18

   We all know in our minds that some day our loved ones and we are going to die. And yet, when death comes to our household, we are never fully prepared for this. In terms of its impact upon us, the death of persons who mean a lot ... Read More »

What is Alpha?

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 9/12/18

 What is Alpha?  Perhaps you have seen the signs or heard folks talking about it after Mass.   

Our Bishop Daniel Thomas answered this question in a letter last year where he expressed his support stating:

  “The Alpha program is based on welcome and hospitality, sharing and prayer.  Each session ... Read More »

The RCIA Process

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 8/26/18

BUILDING UPON DEACON AL’S ARTICLE ABOUT THE RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS (R.C.I.A.) PROCESS FOR PERSONS WHO WANT TO EXPLORE THE CATHOLIC FAITH: The RCIA process offers non-Catholic persons an opportunity to explore the Catholic Faith. By the way, the sessions of this process are open to Catholic ... Read More »

Getting Ready to Return to School

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 8/22/18

    During this coming week or shortly thereafter, a number of children of all ages will be returning to school. Going to school offers an excellent opportunity to put our spirituality to work. The way in which we relate to the necessity of going to school is a ... Read More »

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 8/12/18

THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY IS TO BE OBSERVED THIS COMING WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15TH:. Masses for this special observance are scheduled as follows:

on Tues., Aug. 14th, at Resurrection Parish at 7:00 p.m.; on Wed., Aug. 15th, at Resurrection Parish at 9:30 a.m. and at St. Mary Parish ... Read More »

The Challenging Nature of Preaching

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 8/06/18

   Preaching was the topic or theme of our Priests’ Convocation earlier this summer. Let’s look at what makes the opportunity to preach challenging. First off, people of all ages come to weekend Masses. Hopefully, the one who preaches will have a message that hits home for all who ... Read More »

Channeling Our Relational Energy

Posted by Deborah Dubois on 7/31/18

   Whenever the Lord calls upon us to do that which is challenging, He always offers us the grace that enables us to do that which is pleasing to Him. Regardless of our marital status, a gift that the Lord has entrusted to each of us is that of ... Read More »

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