Christmas is one of the most important days of the Church year, second only to Easter itself. It is the feast of the incarnation, the feast of God becoming flesh (the Latin “in carne” means “enfleshment”).
It is a uniquely Christian teaching, the Divine choosing to …
Take time to do so today and enjoy Christmas with a clean heart and a peaceful soul, courtesy of God’s boundless mercy.
Preparing to Celebrate the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation: The Examination of Conscience
by Rev. Timothy D. Hedrick
Archdiocese of New Orleans
Whenever a schoolteacher announces that …
AS you can see from the priest’s chasuble, the altar cloth, and the Advent candle, the color of the Third and middle Sunday of Advent, also known as “Guadete” or “Rejoicing” Sunday, has now changed from royal purple to rose.
Guadete Sunday takes its name from …
In your charity, please pray for
Sat Dec 13 4:00 PM Phil Stout +
Sun Dec 14 9:30 AM Intentions of Isabelle Ornelas
11:30 AM Gene and Rita Cronin +
Mon Dec 15 11:40 AM Intentions of Cynthia Lawrence
12:15 PM Intentions of Bill Winne
Tue Dec 16 11:40 AM …
In your charity please pray for:
Sat Dec 6 4:00 PM Intentions of Willard Schultz
Sun Dec 7 9:30 AM Mary Kelly + and In Thanksgiving for the prayers and support of the
St. Jude Congregation for Olive Salinas
11:30 AM Yolanda Beltran +
Mon Dec 8 HOLY DAY…
MAILING our Christmas cards and gifts can be small but significant ways to bring to an end the isolation from those we once held dear but with whom we have now become distanced.
Or, they can be ways of making new friends by “breaking the ice” …
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