PASTOR'S STATEMENT FOR SAFETY PROTOCOLS/DECLARACION DEL PARROCO SOBRE PROTOCOLO DE SEGURIDAD...
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PASTOR'S CORNER

September 2019

Sep 29

26TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

The unnamed rich man dressed luxuriously in Phoenician purple, dined sumptuously and feasted daily, ignored the poor man Lazarus lying outside his gate covered with sores waiting for scraps of food because he was convinced that God had everything to do with it. He was taught early on that poverty and misery is the result of your own wrongdoing....
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Sep 20

25TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

The parable of the Dishonest Steward, a man of questionable character, is a story of an estate manager charged of squandering his master’s property. He mismanaged the possessions of his master. He was accused of dispersing not his own funds but that of his master. He should have been fired on-the-spot when his boss became aware of his...
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Sep 13

24TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

An enormous amount of effort, nowadays, is particularly devoted to welcoming Catholics back in the church after decades of endlessly seeking spiritual renewal provided mostly by Evangelicals. It's the sense of belongingness and the search for meaning that are of paramount importance to them. I have read and seen testimonies of former Catholics...
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Sep 10

TUESDAY MUSINGS 9/10

No word can fully express the grief and the loss experienced in the 9/11 horrific attacks. In a solemn moment, tomorrow, America mournfully commemorates this terrible event in her history. US will never forget. No one will get over it. The pain and wound is still as fresh as ever. Healing may take a lifetime. The souls of the victims (aboard the...
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Sep 3

TUESDAY MUSINGS 9/3

How blissful and boring life would be if every day is labor day! Can you imagine a day no one has to get up early and work? Maybe, if you’re an exception. On the first Monday of September, the most productive nation on earth observes the value of labor. Today, US comes to a halt to honor the workforce. We recognize the contributions of the...
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