Weekly Bulletins

Bulletin 23 July 2017

Today’s readings remind us of the fact that it is God who guides us, and it is God who influences our decisions through the Holy Spirit.

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Bulletin 16 July 2017

In the words of St. Paul to the Corinthians and to each one of us, “We have been given various gifts to build up the Body of Christ”. How about taking the challenge, with the help of the Holy Spirit?

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Bulletin 9 July 2017

“All you peoples, clap your hands; shout to God with joyful cries!” – Psalms 47:2

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Bulletin 2 July 2017

Bless our country and join our simple celebration that we may praise you, our Source of freedom, the One in whom we place our trust.

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Bulletin 25 June 2017

Jesus says, “…do not be afraid of those who kill the body, but cannot kill the soul; rather, be afraid of the one who can destroy both soul and body in Gehenna.”

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Bulletin 18 June 2017

“I am the living bread that came down from heaven; whoever eats this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world.” John 6:51

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Bulletin 11 June 2017

The Most Holy Trinity means, within the limits of human understanding, that within the nature of the One God, there are three uncreated, coequal, coeternal, Divine Persons: The Father, Who is God, the Son, Who is God, the Holy Spirit, Who is God.

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Bulletin 4 June 2017

Today, Pentecost Sunday, is called by many the birthday of the Church. Not only does the Lord imbue His followers and Apostles with the Holy Spirit, but He sends them out into the world to accomplish and further His mission.

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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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