Monthly Archives: September 2013

Week of September 29, 2013

There was a rich man and there was a poor man. The poor man, Lazarus, is lying at the door of the rich man. He would have been happy for any kind of help, even the scraps that fell from the rich man’s table. Why didn’t the rich man help? When the rich man dies […]

Week of September 22, 2013

In Celebration Fr. Roger Karban says that today’s readings bring up some essential questions of faith: “Where are we going with our lives? Do we have a specific direction? If so, does the way we actually live our everyday lives fit into the path we’ve decided to take?” Fr. Karban tells of two of his […]

Week of September 15, 2013

If you haven’t bought your tickets for our Annual Dinner Auction, I encourage you to do so. It is an opportunity for us to come together as a community, share a good Italian meal, and raise some needed funds for our parish. The Dinner Auction is Saturday, September 21st, at 6:30 p.m. We are continuing […]

Week of September 8, 2013

Today is the only Sunday in the three-year lectionary cycle of readings when the second reading comes from Paul’s brief letter to Philemon. It seems that Philemon’s slave (Onesimus) has run away and has sought refuge with Paul. Paul reluctantly sends Onesimus back to Philemon with a letter. Notice that Paul did not criticize Philemon, […]