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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Daily Reflection – Humility

Humility. A deep, profound, humility is what Our Lady of Grace transmits to us through the Feast of the Annunciation. Let it be done unto me according to your word. Her Son would echo these words years later in the Agony of the Garden-‘not my will but thine be done’. Humility is one of the […]

Daily Reflection – Envy

In his commentary on this gospel St Ambrose tells us that it is about envy. The pharisees had such spite against Christ that they even took it out on their neighbors-they didn’t want a fellow citizen to have any thing good, or any gift that they didn’t have. When we are envious of a spiritual […]

St. Joseph, Pray for Us!

Today is the Feast of St. Joseph. This is a picture of our St. Joseph statue currently in the chapel. You can read Father Libby’s homily for today’s Mass here. St. Joseph, Pray for Us!

Daily Reflection – Feast of St. Joseph

So the glorious feast of St Joseph has come around again and we are challenged as we always are this day to emulate this great saint in his virtuous life. What have we done with our lives in this last year? Have we treated Our Lady with the respect and devotion that St Joseph did? Men, have we […]

Daily Reflection – Age quod agis.

The great challenge that we are given today is to ask ourselves, ‘do we do things only to be seen by men?’ Do our good works start or stop depending upon other people’s reactions or the lack thereof? Our Lord was telling the people today that even if their priests were really bad examples they should uphold, respect […]

Novena for the Feast of the Annunciation – March 17th-25th

O most holy Virgin Mary, to whom God sent the Angel Gabriel to announce that you should be the mother of His Only-Begotten Son, pray for us who have recourse to you. Holy, lovely Mary, we give our all to you: what is past and present, and the future, too. Blessed be the holy and […]

Daily Reflection – Longing or Hunting

This is one of the first major confrontations that Jesus has with the Jews leading up to the end. He essentially calls them out saying they are in mortal sin. St Augustine says it this way: “two classes [of men] sought Him, they that loved [Him], and they that hated Him; the one because they […]

Church Work Update – March 14, 2014

10 new videos from Father Libby taking us on a tour of the latest work done in the church.

Daily Reflection – Thank God Today

Today is the completion of the ember days for Spring- a week each season to thank God for the gifts of nature, to teach men to make use of them in moderation, and to assist the needy. So we thank God today through the various readings (5 in the long form)-for the opportunity to assist […]

Health & Nutrition Course begins March 20th

Jackie Jones, our new health ministry leader, has graciously volunteered to give a six week course in health and nutrition to anyone that would be interested. The only available day of the week for her is on Thursday. The class would begin March 20, 2014 and it would be in the morning at 9:00am. The […]

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