Monthly Archives: May 2014

Week of June 1, 2014

This column is a continuation from last week’s reflection by Gabe Huck entitled Over the Bent World, At Pentecost, the Spirit broods. In this part of Huck’s reflection Gabe suggested that the “through my fault” of the Confiteor at the beginning of mass is inadequate to let us grasp how sin and evil happen in […]

Week of May 25, 2014

In a few weeks we will be celebrating Pentecost. The Easter Season comes to a close recalling how the Holy Spirit came upon the disciples and moved them out into the world. It’s a reminder that we, too, are called to bring Christ to our world. I have read a reflection by Gabe Huck in […]

Week of May 18, 2014

On May 29th St. James Place, where volunteers from our parish go once a month to feed the hungry, will have a steak dinner for everyone who comes that evening. For a number of years now the priests of our diocese have been asked to make a donation to provide the steaks for the evening […]

Week of May 11, 2014

In today’s Gospel Jesus talks about the shepherd who walks ahead of his sheep, “and the sheep follow him, because they recognize his voice.” In The Joy of the Gospel Pope Francis reminds us that people will hear us if we are involved, supportive and people of joy. An evangelizing community knows that the Lord […]