January 17th – II Sunday in Ordinary Time

My Dear Friends, Now that the Coronavirus vaccines have begun to be distributed, I wanted to share with you a statement from the U.S. Bishops regarding the morality of the vaccines. Above all, it should be stated: it is morally acceptable to receive the vaccine. The U.S. Bishops affirm this, the Vatican has affirmed this,…
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January 10th – The Baptism of the Lord

My Dear Friends, With today’s Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, we conclude the Christmas season and what a blessed Christmas season we have had. Our priests were overjoyed, like the Magi when they saw the star, when they saw the amount of people that came to Mass during Christmas. I still remember Father…
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January 3rd – The Epiphany of the Lord

My Dear Friends, Happy New Year! I don’t think we have ever started a new year with so much hope in our hearts: hope that some sense of normalcy will return in 2021, hope that this pandemic will soon be relegated to the history books, and hope that this new year will bring us back…
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December 27th – The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph

Today we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family ofJesus, Mary, and Joseph. As we continue to celebrate the joy of Christmas, we commend the families of our parish and school to the Holy Family because, as we have often said, the family is the core of society and of our Church. Yet we know…
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December 20th – Pastor’s Christmas Message

My Dear Friends, “…the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” (John 1:5) A few weeks ago, I received a Christmas card from a brother priest in a neighboring parish that had a beautiful silhouette of the newborn Jesus along with Mary and Joseph in the manger and the bible verse…
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December 13th – III Sunday of Advent

My Dear Friends, As we rapidly approach Christmas, which is less than two weeks away, today we are called to reflect on the virtue of joy on this Gaudete Sunday. The joy that the Lord is near. The joy that Christmas always brings. The joy of our God definitively intervening in our lives to cast…
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