Tag Archive: #fatherarthurmarat

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...]

Triduum Devotion

Posted on April 4, 2022
Dear Parishioners of Our Lady of the Wayside, During the past two years, we have lived out a prolonged Lent in the world and within the Church—a time of dryness and aridity, distance and isolation not only from each other, [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...]

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...]

Sto Lat Father Arthur!

Posted on March 14, 2022
It’s somebody’s birthday today! If you happen to see Father Arthur at church or on the OLW campus today, please be sure to extend him Happy Birthday wishes. Please also remember him in your prayers. To learn how to say [read more...]

Saying “Yes” in Dark Times

Posted on March 8, 2022
Second Sunday of Lent Sight and hearing are the two most important senses. Hearing begins the way that leads to understanding. This understanding and obedience leads us to act. Abraham, the Father of Faith, listened to God perfectly. In turn, [read more...]

Please Support the Annual Catholic Appeal

Posted on February 8, 2022
Next week is Commitment Sunday for the 2022 Annual Catholic Appeal. The theme for this year’s Appeal has special importance in light of what we have all experienced in the past two years. The theme is: “Making all things new [read more...]

Fish With Faith

Posted on February 1, 2022
5th Sunday of Ordinary Time – Year C So often we give into the temptation to think that we know what is best for our lives. We have preferences, ideas, dreams, and drives that we follow without considering what God [read more...]