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Sunday School: 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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From the Rector: July 13, 2014 Educating Disciples for the New Evangelization

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Sunday School: 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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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 […]

Vivat Jesus!

Christ is Risen! As the Church continues to celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord during the Easter season, we are reminded that our participation in the life of the Church helps to spread the message that He is truly risen. This is especially vital during the Year of Faith, as we share our faith with […]

Vivat Jesus!

Christ is Risen! As the Church continues to celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord during the Easter season, we are reminded that our participation in the life of the Church helps to spread the message that He is truly risen. … Continue reading

Immigration Reform

Here is a statement from the Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference Comprehensive immigration reform, so needed, has remained elusive for years now. The pattern of past debates is clear. Immediately, sides form and positions harden. Emotions flare and disagreements persist; gridlock sets in. Politicians lose their nerve, become cautious and step back. We have […]

Native American Catholics Gather to Pray, Reflect, Recharge Their Faith

On the 75th anniversary of the Tekakwitha Conference, Native American Catholics came together again to review the past, plan for the future and recharge their faith.

Amid Violence in Iraq, Eastern Churches Consider Options

The Patriarch of the Syriac Orthodox Church said that he and the other church leaders are organizing a meeting to discuss what actions they can take to denounce the expulsion of Mosul’s Christians by ISIS. The patriarch hopes to send a delegation to t…

U.S. Must Adapt Foreign Policy to Solve Migrant Crisis, Says Bishop

The head of the U.S. bishops’ international justice and peace committee implored Secretary of State John Kerry to utilize U.S. foreign policy to address the “root causes” of child migration from Central America.

Pope Sends Condolences After Algerian Plane Crash in Mali

Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s Secretary of State, has sent a message of condolences on behalf of Pope Francis following an Air Algerie plane crash in the Mali desert that left 118 dead.

Pope Francis Issues Unscripted Plea to Fighters in Middle East and Europe: “I Ask You With All My Heart, Stop Please”

The Pope said, “Brothers and sisters, never war, never war! I am thinking above all of children, who are deprived of the hope of a worthwhile life, of a future.”

From the Rector: July 13, 2014 Educating Disciples for the New Evangelization

Educating disciples for the New Evangelization. In the past couple of weeks...

From the Rector: July 6, 2014 – I am meek and humble of heart… My yoke is easy, my burden light

I am meek and humble of heart…My yoke is easy, my burden light What if...

From the Rector: Fortnight for Freedom

Fortnight for Freedom Take Action and Support Religious Liberty “Pope...

Plenary Indulgences by Deacon Nathanael Block

Next Sunday, on the Feast of St. Peter and Paul, the Church grants...

From the Rector: Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day! Without exception, every year on Father’s Day, some...

Sunday School: 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday School    July 13, 2014 To view or print the Sunday School please...

Sunday School: 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Sunday School: Solemnity of Saint Peter and Saint Paul

To view or print the Sunday School page for Sunday, June 29, 2014 the...

Sunday School: The Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ

To view or print the Sunday School for June 22, 2014 the Solemnity of the...

Sunday School: Most Holy Trinity

Sunday School: please click on the link below to view or print the Sunday...