Tag Archive: #arthurmarat

The Power of HOPE

Posted on May 24, 2022
The Ascension of the Lord – Year C After Jesus ascended into Heaven, the Apostles returned to Jerusalem with great joy. Strikingly, the Apostles were not sad after Jesus seemingly left them. The Apostles’ joy flowed from their hope—hope that [read more...]

YOU Are a Gift to God

Posted on May 23, 2022
7th Sunday of Easter – Year C The Gospel for this Sunday contains some striking words. As Jesus prays to God the Father for those who believe and those who will believe in Him, He says, “They are your gift [read more...]

Holy Spirit: Advocate

Posted on May 16, 2022
Sixth Sunday of Easter – Year C We are called to love God and to follow Him. To love Christ means to follow His will and His commandments. In order to help us know God’s will and follow the Commandments, [read more...]

Love’s Changing Landscape

Posted on May 10, 2022
5th Sunday of Easter – Year C In the Gospel, Jesus gives us the Great Commandment: “Love one another. As I have loved you, so you also should love one another.” Like the disciples, we should love each other as [read more...]

Honoring Mary

Posted on May 3, 2022
The Catholic Church has a long-standing tradition of honoring Mary throughout the month of May. It is fitting that, during the most beautiful month of the year, we turn with gratitude and petition to God’s most beautiful creature—Our Heavenly Mother—by [read more...]

“Simon, Do You Love Me?”

Posted on April 26, 2022
Third Sunday of Easter-Year C When Jesus asks Simon Peter three times “Do you love Me?”, in English it would appear that Simon Peter gives the same response three times “You know, Lord, that I love you.” In the original [read more...]

Feast of Divine Mercy

Posted on April 19, 2022
Christ is risen! He is truly risen, Alleluia! This year, Our Lady of the Wayside had the great joy of welcoming more than 1,700 people in-person for our Easter Sunday liturgies. Such a beautiful Paschal Triduum would not have been [read more...]

Alleluia!

Posted on April 12, 2022
My Dear Parishioners, Christ has risen; He is truly risen! Alleluia! I cannot express the joy that it brings me to celebrate Easter with you in person this year! On this Easter Sunday, I would like to wish everyone from [read more...]

Reorientation

Posted on March 29, 2022
Fifth Sunday of Lent Can you imagine the shock that the woman must have felt when Jesus saved her life and did not condemn her for committing adultery? Jesus rescued the woman because He knew that her desire to seek [read more...]

Focus on God’s Love

Posted on March 22, 2022
Fourth Sunday of Lent In the story of the Prodigal Son, the older brother thought that he loved his father. In reality, he loved only himself. We know that the older brother was focused on himself based on his response [read more...]