Sunday School, Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jan15
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Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, January 12, 2020
Jan15

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, January 12, 2020

As far as Sunday worship goes, it is hard to find a more biblical service than the Mass. The readings are awesome enough, but even the prayers of the Mass are chock full of Scripture.  Many lines spoken by priest and people are, in fact, direct quotes from the Bible.  Consider, for example, what the priest says just before communion: “Behold the Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world.”  That’s a direct quote...

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Sunday School, The Baptism of the Lord, Cycle A
Jan09
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January 12, 2020 The Baptism of the Lord
Jan09

January 12, 2020 The Baptism of the Lord

The Baptism of the Lord Today the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Baptism of the Lord. This brings to an end the season of Christmas. The Church recalls Our Lord’s second manifestation or epiphany which occurred on the occasion of His baptism in the Jordan. Jesus descended into the River to sanctify its waters and to give them the power to beget sons of God. The event takes on the importance of a second creation in which the...

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Sunday School, The Epiphany of the Lord, Cycle A
Jan02
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The Epiphany of the Lord, January 5, 2020
Jan02

The Epiphany of the Lord, January 5, 2020

During the period from the first full week of January (Jan 6-10, 2020) and the following week (Jan 13-17, 2020) we will only have one priest at the Cathedral. Consequently, during that time we will need to reduce the number of weekday  Masses to make it manageable for one priest. The Saturday and Sunday Mass schedule will not be affected. On the weekdays, Monday through Friday we will continue to have Mass at 6:30 a.m. each day,...

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The Holy Family, December 29, 2019
Dec30

The Holy Family, December 29, 2019

The Feast of the Holy Family is not only about the Holy Family, but about our own families too. The main purpose of the Feast is to Honor the Holy Family and present them as the model for all Christian families, and for domestic life in general. Our family life becomes sanctified when we live the life of the Church within our homes. This is called the “domestic church” or the “church in miniature.” St. John...

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