Second Sunday of Advent

12-04-2022From Fr. Antony's DeskFr. Antony Arockiadoss

Dear Family!

In the season of Advent, larger than life personalities like Isaiah and John the Baptist certainly draw our attention to living a holy season but most importantly it is Our Mother who always plays the most important role in leading us to the heart of Jesus.

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First Sunday of Advent

11-27-2022From Fr. Antony's DeskFr. Antony Arockiadoss

Dear Family!

The greatest treasure of Advent is Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! As the new Church Year begins, I urge you to take along the ‘Green’ (Treasures of the Season of Ordinary Time) to the ‘Purple’ (The Season of Advent)”. Yes we are back to the days of purple as the season shares certain qualities of another purple season - Lent.

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Our Lord Jesus Christ King of the Universe

11-20-2022From Fr. Antony's DeskFr. Antony Arockiadoss

Dear Family!

St. Ambrose wrote, “The superscription is written and placed above, not below the cross, because the government is upon his shoulders. What is this government if not his eternal power and Godhead? When asked, “Who are you?” he replied, “The beginning, who also speaks to you.” Let us read this superscription. “Jesus of Nazareth,” it says, “The King of the Jews.”

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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

11-13-2022From Fr. Antony's DeskFr. Antony Arockiadoss

Dear Family!

I write to you about three things today. First is about the Committees: I am grateful to Deacon Enock and all the members of Liturgical Committee for recruiting new members for all ministries that are under this committee. A special thanks to all the new volunteers for these ministries.

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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

11-06-2022From Fr. Antony's DeskFr. Antony Arockiadoss

Dear Family!

The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches us, “From the beginning, Christian faith in the resurrection has met with incomprehension and opposition. "On no point does the Christian faith encounter more opposition than on the resurrection of the body.” It is very commonly accepted that the life of the human person continues in a spiritual fashion after death. But how can we believe that this body, so clearly mortal, could rise to everlasting life?” (CCC 996)

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