Tag Archive: #frarthurmarat

Self-Entrustment

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...]

Be Open to God’s Subtle Signs

Posted on December 12, 2022
Fourth Sunday of Advent – Year A In order to draw us ever closer to Him, God permits us to experience different trials during our lives. We see this in today’s Gospel, where Joseph learns about the Blessed Mother’s pregnancy. [read more...]

Humble Beginnings

Posted on December 5, 2022
On this Third Sunday of Advent, we are reminded, yet again, that Jesus is coming. But how will He come? The Gospels reveal to us that Jesus came not as a great leader, not as a warrior, not as a [read more...]

God’s Kingdom is at Hand

Posted on November 28, 2022
Second Sunday of Advent – Year A Today is the second Sunday of Advent. Christmas will be here soon. Today’s responsorial psalm reads: “Justice shall flourish in his time, and fullness of peace forever.” And this refrain, is a beautiful [read more...]

Reconnecting With Jesus

Posted on November 21, 2022
Our lives are full and fast-paced. Often, we are caught up in the ordinary routines of life. Jesus captures that sense of ordinary things—eating, drinking, getting married, working in the fields, or working in the mill grinding grain—that not only [read more...]

King of Kings

Posted on November 15, 2022
Today, on this Solemnity of Christ the King, we can be happy because of the closeness of God to us. In the Gospel, we hear the Good Thief’s words: “Jesus, remember me when you come into Your Kingdom.” This is [read more...]

As We Are

Posted on November 8, 2022
Are you grateful that God Loves you as you are? Often we fixate on the thought that we are so weak, and our life is so difficult. Sometimes we get sidetracked with negative thinking: life is not just, everyone else [read more...]

Have Hope!

Posted on November 1, 2022
32nd Sunday Ordinary Time, Year C Before man was created, the world was created through different processes. No one talked about cataclysms or catastrophes because man did not yet exist. When God created man, feelings and emotions such as hope, [read more...]

Tree Climbing

Posted on October 25, 2022
31st Sunday of Ordinary Time–Year C  The hero of this Sunday’s Gospel, Zacchaeus the chief tax collector, was considered a great—but short—sinner. This, however, did not stop Zacchaeus from seeking out Jesus. Like the crowd in today’s Gospel, we might [read more...]