Monthly Archives: June 2019

Week of June 30, 2019

Viktor Frankl, who spent three years in Auschwitz and Dachau, tells the following story.  As a doctor he spent a lot of his time tending sick and dying camp inmates.  Near the end of the war he and a companion devised a way of escaping. He began to collect up his few possessions:  a food […]

Week of June 23, 2019

Our Pastoral Council is in the process of discerning new members for the Council.  Monday, July 15th we will have an information meeting about the purpose and structure of the Pastoral Council.  The next Monday, July 22nd, we will have a discernment process to determine who will serve on the Council.  The meetings are an […]

Week of June 16, 2019

Today we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity.  Below is a section of the commentary by Mary McGlone in Celebration. The mystery of the Trinity we celebrate today is a mystery of love.  This feast invites us to contemplate the triune God as love constantly outpoured.  When Jesus speaks of the Spirit, he […]

Week of June 9, 2019

We have hired a new maintenance person.  Larry Antey, who is a member of our parish, will take over the responsibility of this job.  He begins full time the first of July.  In June he will be here on a part time basis learning from Dave Redding and being here while Dave is on vacation.  […]