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Sunday School: Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

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From the Rector: Capital Sins: Part I

Capital Sins: Part I Compiled by: Fr. Rene J. Schatteman   It seems...

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults The Rite of Christian Initiation...

Catechist Formation Class: Morality, Sin and Repentance

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Catechist Formation Class: The Sacrament of Holy Orders

To view the Catechist formation class # 16 on the Sacrament of Holy Orders,...

From the Rector: The Saint Michael Prayer

THE SAINT MICHAEL PRAYER Can a prayer be inspired by a battle?
Pope Leo...

Sunday School: Second Sunday in Ordinary Time cycle B

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Let Us Evangelize Following the Example of the Great Southwest Missionaries

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, May God’s blessings and His peace be with you as we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Diocese of Gallup. This past Summer I had the opportunity to go to two dioceses to preach the annual Mission Appeal. I visited the Diocese of Rockville Centre, NY, which contains Queens […]

Let Us Evangelize Following the Example of the Great Southwest Missionaries

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, May God’s blessings and His peace be with you as we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Diocese of Gallup. This past Summer I had the opportunity to go to two dioceses to preach the annual Mission Appeal. I visited the Diocese of Rockville Centre, NY, which contains Queens […]

Lent: An Opportunity for Conversion

Blessed John Paul II wrote in Ecclesia in America “In this life, conversion is a goal which is never fully attained: on the path which the disciple is called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus, conversion is a lifelong process”. Our process of conversion, though it is a lifelong one, is of special importance […]

Lent: An Opportunity for Conversion

Blessed John Paul II wrote in Ecclesia in America “In this life, conversion is a goal which is never fully attained: on the path which the disciple is called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus, conversion is a lifelong process”. Our process of conversion, though it is a lifelong one, is of special importance […]

Statement from U.S. Bishops Concerning Religious Freedom

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Please find below a statement released recently from the Bishops of the USCCB as we conclude our yearly meeting. The statement concerns the issue of religious freedom, and the importance of standing up for our right to proclaim the Good News of Christ. Please pray for our country and […]

Want Christian Unity? Deepen Your Own Conversion, Pope Says

“There is no unity without conversion. Religious life reminds us that at the center of every search for unity, and therefore of every ecumenical effort, there is before all else the conversion of heart,” the Pope told the participants of an Ecumenical …

Pope Francis Surprised by Misunderstanding of his Words on Family

Pope Francis was surprised that his words on responsible parenthood were not widely taken in the sense that he intended them, a Vatican official related in an interview on Thursday.

Confession Isn’t the ‘Dry-Cleaners’ – It’s an Embrace from God, Says Pope

Pope Francis said that confessing our sins isn’t a “mechanical” procedure like getting a stained removed but rather a joyful embrace from God, who forgives everything from a heart that’s repentant.

Pope Urges Newly Appointed Cardinals to Remain Humble

“Keeping oneself humble in service is not easy when one sees the cardinalate as an award, like the culmination of a career, a dignity of power or of superior distinction,” the Pope told the cardinals-to-be in a Jan. 4 letter.

O’Malley: No Pro-Life Victory Without Reaching the Marginalized

“What must characterize the pro-life movement is a special love for the poor, the marginalized, the suffering, and especially human life that is in danger of being discarded,” Cardinal O’Malley said in his Jan. 21 homily at the Opening Mass of the National Prayer Vigil for Life.

From the Rector: Capital Sins: Part I

Capital Sins: Part I Compiled by: Fr. Rene J. Schatteman   It seems...

From the Rector: The Saint Michael Prayer

THE SAINT MICHAEL PRAYER Can a prayer be inspired by a battle?
Pope Leo...

From the Rector: Altar Frontals

Altar Frontals We have been contemplating obtaining some decorative...

From the Rector: January 4, 2015 – Mary our Mother

Mary Our Mother With the whole Church I acknowledge that Mary, being a mere...

From the Rector: Feast of the Holy Family

Reflections for the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph: The...

Sunday School: Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Sunday School: Second Sunday in Ordinary Time cycle B

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Sunday School: Baptism of the Lord

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Sunday School: Epiphany of the Lord

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Sunday School: Feast of the Holy Family

Sunday School: Feast of the Holy Family To print or view the Sunday School...