Weekly Bulletins

Bulletin 28 May 2017

According to the Gospel of St. Luke, the Risen Christ manifests himself to the Apostles and Disciples for 40 days after his Resurrection from the dead. On the 40th day, the Apostles and Disciples witnessed the last physical appearance of the Risen Christ.

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Bulletin 21 May 2017

Holy Scripture, the Word of God, is filled with so much meaning for us each and every week, if we only listen carefully and absorb what we are being told.

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Bulletin 14 May 2017

St. Peter writes “… like living stones, let yourselves be built into a spiritual house,” in reference to the members. He is saying in effect that we are called to build a church with living stones, namely ourselves.

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Bulletin 7 May 2017

Christ declared “I am the good shepherd; the good shepherd lays down his life for his sheep.” As Catholics and Christians, we, too, are called to be Good Shepherds to all those with whom we come in contact.

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Bulletin 30 April 2017

Today’s Gospel reading recounts Jesus’ appearance to two disciples who were on the road to Emmaus. What is interesting about today’s account is the two, although evidently familiar with the Lord, do not recognize Him. This is a challenge for us today as well.

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Bulletin 23 April 2017

Divine Mercy Sunday – At the heart of the Gospel and the preaching of our Holy Mother, the Divine Mercy of God is shown through the Incarnation; the ministry of Jesus is at the center of everything we do.

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Bulletin 16 April 2017

It is Easter! Today is a day of great joy for us as Catholics. The joy is reflected all around us in the way that people are dressed, in the way they approach Mass on this day. They key for us today is to carry that joy away from Mass to our celebrations and our…

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Bulletin 9 April 2017

Most of us know today as Palm Sunday, although officially in the Church it is called Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion, and to many Church leaders it is simply Passion Sunday, which comes from the Latin name for it, Dominica Passionis.

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Bulletin 2 April 2017

Just a reminder that a great deal of effort and time is put into the bulletin each week. We encourage you to read it, and share it with your family and friends.

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Bulletin 26 March 2017

In the entire Bible, the incident reported in John 9, the restoration of sight to the blind man, is the only instance of a blind person since birth being healed. No other prophet or apostle or priest ever performed such a miracle.

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Bulletin 19 March 2017

Prior to the arrival of St. Patrick in Ireland, the inhabitants of the Island were Celtic pagans following the nature religion of the Druids. Through his preaching and teaching, the country was converted to the Catholic faith.

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Bulletin 12 March 2017

For the second Sunday of Lent, we’re featuring another retro bulletin in color!

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Bulletin 5 March 2017

On this, the first Sunday of Lent, we invite you to read our retro bulletin – 8 pages and in color!

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Bulletin 26 February 2017

St. Paul, in his First Letter to the Corinthians, states eloquently, “Thus should one regard us: as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God.” As is the case with all Holy Scripture, Paul is writing to more than the Corinthians; he is writing to each of us as well.

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Bulletin 19 February 2017

The Book of Leviticus from which our First Reading comes is the third book in the Old Testament. Its name in part comes from the Levites, who were the tribe to which Aaron belonged. Historically Aaron is considered to be the one from whom priests are descended. However, the Bible offers instructions to all of…

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Bulletin 12 February 2017

All the readings on this Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time seem to address from one perspective or another the idea of “free will” as it goes hand in hand with “God’s wisdom.” St. Paul speaks to this ongoing philosophy and discussion of “free will” more than anyone else in Holy Scripture. However, as he points…

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Bulletin 5 February 2017

The Lord did not want us to be passive in our approach to living. He wants more from us than just being quietly holy. Remember that stewardship is a call from God to recognize that all of our blessings and talents have been given to us for a purpose. As baptized Catholics it is our…

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Bulletin 29 January 2017

The Gospel Reading for today is what is popularly called the Sermon on the Mount. Many think it is the absolute epitome of Jesus’ teachings. To be sure it tells us how we are to live our lives, the attitudes we are to have. We must remember that those who were waiting and hoping for…

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Bulletin 22 January 2017

“From each tiny child waiting to be born, to individuals nearing death, all are precious ad deserve our care and protection…Let’s ask God to make us channels of his loving mercy.” – Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Chairman of the USCCB Committee on Pro-Life Activities

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Bulletin 15 January 2017

Our Gospel Reading today is quite short. However, it contains an important revelation from St. John the Baptist about Jesus, our Lord and Savior. John the Baptist testifies, “I saw the Spirit come down like a dove from heaven and remain upon him.” We are fond in the Church to use the symbol of the…

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