We strive to imitate the heart of our patroness,
the Blessed Virgin Mary, by:
Loving God with all our hearts,
Loving our neighbor as ourselves,
Bringing Christ to others.
Sat 4:00 PM
Sun 7:30 AM 9:30 AM* 11:30 AM
Mon-Sat 7:55 AM
Rosary before Mass
*Signed for deaf/hard of hearing
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of the Month
St. Paul offers a formula for living the way we are supposed to live as Christians in the Second Reading (Phil 2:1-11) on Sunday, Oct. 1st. Paul writes, “Do nothing out of selfishness or out of vainglory; rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves.” Doing that is a challenge for most all of us. Yet, that is one of the secrets to being a good steward and living as Christ wants us to live.
To truly live that way requires a dramatic conversion. All of us know people who are so self-centered that they often are not even aware that they are totally unwilling to compromise or to even recognize the value of those around them. Achieving this kind of self awareness, of what kind of a person we are, is a significant step on our faith and life journeys.
Screenwriter and playwright William Nicholson once wrote, “God does not necessarily want us to be happy. He wants us to be lovable, worthy of love, able to be loved by Him. What makes people hard to love? It is called selfishness. Selfish people are hard to love, because so little love comes out of them.”
That is our challenge, to love others in such a way that we become lovable as well. Christ told us over and over that the secret to being His disciple and the secret to being a good steward is to “Love your neighbor.” That is how to be the kind of person Paul calls us to be as well.
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| "Find Your Greatness" with Jonathan Fanning,
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How can one God be one in three persons? Sent on Aug. 17th.
Who is Jesus and how is He different? Sent on Aug. 24th.
Why did Jesus have to die on the Cross? Sent on Aug. 31st.
Why does the Resurrection matter? Sent on Sept. 7th.
Learn the secret to the "Good Life," according to Jesus. Sent on Sept. 14th.
As the parish concentrates on the financial matters of the parish, Fr. Greg would like all parishioners to pray the novena to Mary, Undoer of Knots. As we take these matters to prayer, we firmly believe that we will be guided to the solutions needed to keep Most Pure Heart of Mary financially viable for many generations.
Please click here to find the novena.