Tag Archive: #arthurmarat


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...]

Conversion Aversion?

Posted on March 15, 2022
During Moses’ encounter with God in the burning bush, God told Moses: “I have witnessed the affliction of my people and have heard their cry of complaint, so I know well what they are suffering. Therefore I have come down [read more...]

Thankful, Mindful, Prayerful

Posted on March 1, 2022
First Sunday of Lent My brothers and sisters, as Lent has begun, we will be spending these 40 days preparing for the most important feast in the Church: Easter, the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In order to prepare for his [read more...]

Connected With God’s Love

Posted on January 18, 2022
3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year C Every moment of our lives is permeated by the Presence of God Who loves and bestows. To live by faith is to learn how to perceive God’s Loving Presence. Every moment of [read more...]

Our Greatest Treasure

Posted on January 11, 2022
2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year C Interestingly, some mystics and theologians of the Church claim that the wedding feast at Cana was actually John the Beloved’s wedding reception—the same John who laid his head on Christ’s chest at [read more...]

United Through Baptism

Posted on January 4, 2022
The Baptism of the Lord As we celebrate the Baptism of the Lord, many of us might be wondering why Jesus needed to be baptized, especially since He was sinless. According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, “Our Lord [read more...]

Humble Gifts

Posted on December 28, 2021
The Epiphany of the Lord The magi from the East offered Jesus three symbolic and well-known gifts: gold, frankincense and myrrh. We can ask ourselves: What kind of gifts do I prepare for Jesus during Christmas time and throughout the [read more...]

Divinity in the Unexpected

Posted on December 20, 2021
My 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...]