Apr 27, 2014

Schedule Changes next week

As Father will be away,

Tuesday, April 29
Wednesday, April 30

Apr 20, 2014

Easter Vigil Sermon - Christ our Light

Christ as the New Adam and the Church as the New Eve fashioned from the side of her Bridegroom when he was in the sleep of death. What joy they share when he awakes!

Sermon from Holy Thursday

The meaning of the liturgies of the Triduum, and an explanation of why it is inapropriate to wash women's feet at the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper.  +

Apr 13, 2014

Holy Week Schedule

Holy Week Mass and Confession Schedule

Tuesday and Wednesday: 
Confessions - 4:30 to 5:15pm
Mass - 5:30pm

Holy Thursday:
Confessions - 4:30 to 5:15pm
Mass of the Lord's Supper - 5:30pm
Adoration in the "Garden" - 7pm to midnight
Confessions - 7pm to 9pm

Good Friday:
Confessions - 3 to 5:15pm
Commemoration of the Lord's Passion - 5:30pm
Stations of the Cross - 7pm
Confessions - 7:30 to 9pm

Holy Saturday:
Our Lady of Sorrows Devotions - 10am
Decorating the church for Easter - 11am
Confessions - 4:30 to 7pm
Easter Vigil Mass - 8:30pm

Easter Sunday:
Masses - 9am and 11:30am
Easter Egg huts after both Masses!

*Note, no Mass or confessions on Easter Tuesday, April 22nd
** Easter Wednesday, April 23rd, is Confirmation and First Communion Mass, 6pm

4/12 - Daily Sermon, on Palm Sunday and on why we use incense and solemnity at Mass

Daily Sermon - 4/11, The saints prove the power of the Cross

Apr 5, 2014

Sermon 4/5 St Vincent Ferrer

St Vincent worked well over 100,000 miracles, raised more than 30 dead to life, converted Europe. When he preached, people thought that the end of the world had come (and it nearly had).
It was a miracle when he didn't work a miracle!

Sermon 4/4 -- The Malice of the Pharisees

The more good Jesus did and the more miracles he worked, the more the pharisees rejected him. For he was obnoxious to them. We do the same when we sin.

Apr 4, 2014

Sunday Sermon 3/30 -- The loss of the sense of sin

The greatest sin of our age is the  loss of the sense of sin.  Nothing is more dangerous to salvation than the phrase "I'm a good Catholic! I don't care what that priest says about what Catholics have to do or believe, because I already know I'm a good Catholic!"