Tag Archive: #fatherarthurmarat

God’s Restorative Forgiveness

Posted on March 14, 2023
Our God is a living God, who sees and knows everything. The Lord is also a loving God, who looks into the depths of our souls: “Not as man sees does God see, because man sees the appearance, but the [read more...]

Happy 60th Father Arthur!

Posted on March 14, 2023
Someone is celebrating an important Birthday today… Father Arthur is celebrating his Big 60!  If you happen to see Father around the parish campus or would like to wish him Happy Birthday in writing, you can do so in OLW’s [read more...]

Lenten Hunger Pangs

Posted on March 6, 2023
The readings for this Sunday speak about physical and spiritual thirst and hunger. In the first reading, the Chosen People found themselves irritable and impatient because they lacked food and water. They started to doubt God’s care, asking: Is God [read more...]

Ministers of Care in Action

Posted on February 28, 2023
Ash Wednesday is a busy day for OLW’s Ministers of Care, who brought communion and ashes to the residents of Church Creek, Cedar Village, The Gardens, and to many of our homebound parishioners. Father Arthur distributed ashes to residents and [read more...]


Posted on February 28, 2023
When Jesus was transfigured before the Apostles, they saw what Jesus would look like in all of His glory after the Resurrection. In the Eastern Catholic and Orthodox Churches, the Transfiguration is understood as Christ revealing to the Apostles what [read more...]

Lent’s Spiritual Desert

Posted on February 21, 2023
“Lent is a new beginning, a path leading to the certain goal of Easter, Christ’s victory over death. This season urgently calls us to conversion. Christians are asked to return to God ‘with all their hearts’ (Joel 2:12), to refuse [read more...]

Sharing Christ’s Divinity

Posted on February 14, 2023
The love with which God commands us to love in Sunday’s Gospel reading is so radical, so counter-intuitive, so demanding that we cannot truly love without God’s grace. The sacraments are the source of the graces that we need to [read more...]

A Well-Formed Conscience

Posted on February 7, 2023
My brothers and sisters, in this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus clearly states that He came not to abolish the law, but to fulfill it. The law of the Old Testament is the Ten Commandments, and Jesus came to show us how [read more...]


Posted on December 27, 2022
It is a beautiful occurrence for the first day of this New Year to fall on Sunday and on the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God. It is as if God wants to tell us that this year Our Lady [read more...]

A Savior is Born!

Posted on December 20, 2022
My Dear Parishioners, With so many uncertainties in our life we need constant assurance of God’s love for us. Despite the world’s denial of faith in Christ, we must remind ourselves that the message of salvation is still relevant today. [read more...]