Posted on January 25, 2022Fourth Sunday Ordinary Time – Year C Sometimes the things that we need to hear for the salvation of our souls are not the things that we want to hear. The truth—God’s Truth—demands that we change our hearts and change [read more...]
Posted on January 17, 2022At the 9:30 and 11:30 am masses on Sunday, January 16, Deacon Paul Onischuk preached about the multitude of gifts we have all received (service, workings, wisdom, knowledge, faith, healing, mighty deeds, prophecy, interpretation) through the manifestation of the Holy [read more...]
Posted on January 13, 2022Have you ever heard the expression, ‘To err is human; to forgive, divine?’ Surprisingly this well-known phrase does not come from the Bible but a poem by the English poet Alexander Pope.
Posted on December 24, 2021Feast of the Holy Family The Son of God, Jesus Christ, came into the world and was born of a virgin, whose name was Mary. He was raised under the care of the just man, St. Joseph. In the home [read more...]
Posted on December 21, 2021At Our Lady of the Wayside’s Vigil Mass on Saturday, December 18, Father Mark Augustine shared a beautiful reflection on the “Hail Mary” prayer — a prayer that has been recited, in one form or another, since the Annunciation. Father [read more...]
Posted on December 20, 2021My Dear Parishioners, Every year we have the great grace to celebrate Christmas, the birth of Our Loving Lord and Savior. In his beautiful reflections in his work, The Life of Christ, Blessed Fulton J. Sheen repeats, “Divinity is always [read more...]