to everyone who made it out for our Eucharistic Procession last Sunday, Corpus
Christi! Thank you also to the many who
helped coordinate the event.
addition, thank you to our 35+ parishioners – most of them teens – who spent
I believe it
was about 10 years ago that I found myself in Rome on Corpus Christi (Body and
Blood of Christ) – yes, you can roll your eyes at the verb, ‘found;’ how do you
just ‘find’ yourself in Rome?! Well, I
was there leading a pilgri ...
As we celebrate our patronal feast, the Most Holy Trinity, it is
good for us to consider this fundamental truth of our Faith, the creation of
the human race as a communion of love, and recent public events.
God exists from all eternity as Father, Son ...
weekend is a joyful one in our diocese!
Yesterday, Bishop Burbidge ordained four men to the priesthood. One of these men is our own Fr. Nicholas
Blank whose family have been parishioners about 8 years. Fr. Blank’s Mass of Thanks ...
year at the beginning of summer I attempt to ‘address’ the topic of modesty in
a positive way. Here, we go again! Everyone
wants to be respected by others. Modesty
is key to respect as it guides how an individual portrays himself/h ...
As we prepare for another young man from Holy Trinity to be
ordained a priest, I thought it well to mention the following story again.
The little Village of Lu, in northern Italy, is one of the
Church's unique examples of spiritual motherhood for pri ...
Thank you to
everyone who helped with and participated in our annual 5K to benefit
TAPS. In addition to helping a worthy
cause – the survivors of military and first responders killed in duty, it is a
very good opportunity to be with fellow paris ...
to our second group of First Communicants who received Jesus in Holy Communion
on Saturday, May 11. May you always
receive Holy Communion as if it were your first Holy Communion; your last Holy
Communion; your only Holy Communion!
This column is one of
congratulations and thanksgiving!
Congratulations to all who received
sacraments of Baptism, First Holy Communion and Confirmation at the Easter
Vigil. A special congratulation should
be given to those who became Catholic ...
turn of the first millennium there were 80 cathedrals built in Europe between
1050-1350. It was an incredible feat as
townspeople used their talents to build tremendous churches for the worship of
Almighty God. The town of Chartres ...