Tag Archive: #deaconpaulonischuk

HELP! My Teenager Isn’t Going to Church

Posted on August 9, 2022
If you’re challenged to get your teen to attend Mass, you’re not alone.  Here are some observations, potential explanations, reality checks, scary statistics, potential solutions, even better solutions, and facts worth knowing… OBSERVATION #1: My diaconate view of the assembly [read more...]

When Jesus Repeats Himself…

Posted on May 19, 2022
What word did Jesus repeat eight times in John 15: 1-8 (hint: it’s “remain”), and how do we remain in Jesus? These are questions that Deacon Paul Onischuk asked of Our Lady of the Wayside students, and they responded quite [read more...]

John 3:16

Posted on April 29, 2022
At Our Lady of the Wayside’s School Mass, on Wednesday, April 27, 2022, Deacon Paul Onischuk broke down the popular John 3:16 Gospel for our students.

Divine Mercy Novena & Divine Mercy Sunday

Posted on March 22, 2022
Deacon Paul here… I typically do not ask for much, so when I do, you can be assured of one of two things: It’s important or It’s something that I’m passionate about. As it pertains to the Divine Mercy, Novena [read more...]

God’s Gifts Manifested Through The Divine Mercy

Posted on January 17, 2022
At 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...]

Return to Church in “Thanks-giving”

Posted on November 12, 2021
The following is a soft copy of Deacon Paul Onischuk’s homily, given at the Our Lady of the Wayside School Mass on November 10, 2021. Luke 17:11-19 Let’s start off with some questions.  I believe Ms. Messina’s class is sponsoring [read more...]

Tools for the Ultimate Test

Posted on October 21, 2021
At Our Lady of the Wayside’s School Mass on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, Deacon Paul Onischuk’s homily discussed, ‘Tools for the Ultimate Test.’ Deacon Paul talked about tools St. Viator’s golf team uses to prepare for tournaments, and suggested that, [read more...]