Fifth Sunday of Easter: 3 May 2015

Fifth Sunday of Easter: 3 May 2015

May 2, 2015 – 9:53 am

Reading 1 Acts 9:26-31 When Saul arrived in Jerusalem he tried to join the disciples, but they were all afraid of him, not believing that he was...

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Sacrament of Reconciliation – Healer more than Judge

Sacrament of Reconciliation – Healer more than Judge

BEFORE Vatican II, the image of the confessor that dominated our consciousness was that of a judge.
When we “went to confession,” we were urged to be honest and thorough, so that the “judge” could mete out the appropriate punishment (penance) for our sins.
As penitents, we …

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Special Second Collection – Black and Indian Missions – 1 Mar 2015

Special Second Collection – Black and Indian Missions – 1 Mar 2015

The National Collection for Black and Indian people continues as the embodiment of the Church’s concern for evangelizing the African American, Native American, and Alaska Native People of God.
Every year, your amazing generosity enables the Church to provide support for the following important priorities:

Enlivening Parish …

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Lenten Norms for Abstinence

Lenten Norms for Abstinence

A reminder: – The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has determined that the following practice shall prevail in the United States.
All Fridays during Lent are days of obligatory abstinence from meat and from those foods made from meat.
This is what is minimally expected of all …

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Eucharistic Adoration and Stations of the Cross

Eucharistic Adoration and Stations of the Cross

ACCOMPANY Jesus on His last journey, as He makes His way to His crucifixion.
The “Stations of the Cross” is one of the traditional ways we can pray and remember Christ’s suffering during Lent.
We encourage you to make the Stations of the Cross as often as …

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Why Fridays During Lent Are Days of Abstinence

Why Fridays During Lent Are Days of Abstinence

This is because Jesus died on a Friday, making it an especially appropriate day to remember our sins by denying ourselves something we enjoy. Although Catholics in the USA are no longer required to abstain from meat on Fridays during the remainder of the year, …

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