Monthly Archives: August 2018

Week of September 2, 2018

Tracy Welliver wrote a book titled Everyday Stewardship.  In his book he asks the question, “How does Jesus Christ call to us in everyday circumstances of our life?  If we are people outwardly active in our faith we can see God working in our lives at monumental moments:  the birth of a child, the death […]

Week of August 26, 2018

The last KEY that came out had Bishop Johnston’s regular column.  It was printed before the Pennsylvania report came out, but it does deal with sexual abuse by clergy in our Church.  If you have not read it, I am printing it again because, as our Deacon Fred said in his homily last week, families […]

Week of August 19, 2018

Jesus said to the crowds: “I am the living bread that came down from heaven, whoever eats this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world.” (John 6:51) Once there was a wealthy merchant who had his newly married son and his wife […]

Week of August 12, 2018

Wednesday, August 15th, we celebrate The Assumption of the Virgin Mary into heaven.  After the horrors of the Second World War, after the death camps, after the first use of nuclear weapons, we Christians needed to remind ourselves of the holiness of creation.  In 1950, Pope Pius XII declared what Catholics had long believed:  After […]