From the Rector, January 2, 2022, The Epiphany of the Lord

Christian Friendship From a Sermon by St. Gregory Nazianzen, On his friendship with St. Basil Basil and I were both in Athens. We had come, like streams of a river, from the same source in our native land, had separated from each other in pursuit of learning, and were now united again as if by …

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From the Rector, December 26, 2021, The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, & Joseph

From a sermon by Saint Leo the Great, pope Christian, remember your dignity Dearly beloved, today our Saviour is born; let us rejoice. Sadness should have no place on the birthday of life. The fear of death has been swallowed up; life brings us joy with the promise of eternal happiness. No one is shut …

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CHRISTMAS MASS TIMES AND OFFICE CLOSURES

The following are our scheduled Christmas and New Years Mass Times: December 16-17 The office will be closed December 24 – 8:00am, 5:15pm, Midnight, the office will be closed December 25- 8:00am Mass only December 31- No vigil Mass January 1, 2022 – Solemnity of Mary: 8:00am Mass Only, Confession as scheduled Please call the …

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From the Rector, Third Sunday of Advent, December 12, 2021

Why did the Word become Flesh? Paragraphs from the Catechism of the Catholic Church Lesson 14 456 With the Nicene Creed, we answer by confessing: “For us men and for our salvation he came down from heaven; by the power of the Holy Spirit, he became incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and was made man.” …

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