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2016 archive of Blog

2016 archive of Blog

A Few Words About Confession

Posted by Bob Herz on 12/20/16

"Go to your confessor; open your heart to him; display to him all the recesses of your soul; take the advice that he will give you with the utmost humility and simplicity. For God, Who has an infinite love for obedience, frequently renders profitable the counsels we take from ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on Confession - Homily from December 18, 2016

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 12/19/16

THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT

DECEMBER 18, 2016

 

TOMORROW, MONDAY, DECEMBER 19 THE CHURCH LIGHT WILL BE ON FOR YOU. PRIESTS IN EVERY PARISH OF THE DIOCESE WILL BE IN THE CONFESSIONAL FROM 4 TO 7 P.M.

 

WHEN I WAS GROWING UP, A HUNDRED YEARS AGO, THERE WERE ... Read More »

Pope Francis Homily at the Holy Mass for the closing of the Jubilee of Mercy (20 November 2016)

Posted by Bob Herz on 12/04/16

HOMILY OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe St Peter's Square Sunday, 20 November 2016

The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, is the crown of the liturgical year and this Holy Year of Mercy. The Gospel in fact ... Read More »

THE JESSE TREE

Posted by Bob Herz on 11/27/16

THE JESSE TREE

The Jesse Tree, with all it symbols, gives us the genealogy or family tree of Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus was a Jew, bom of a Jewish virgin named Mary. The Jewish Nation began with Abraham about 2000 years before Christ. Abraham is called the Father of ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on Christ the King - Homily from November 20, 2016

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 11/21/16

CHRIST THE KING

NOVEMBER 20, 2016

 

IN 1925 AFTER THE FIRST WORLD WAR THE WHOLE GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE HAD BEEN REDESIGNED. MOST OF THE KINGS AND QUEENS WERE GONE OR MOST OF THEIR POWER WAS DIMINISHED. IN 1925 POPE PIUS XI DELCLARED A NEW FEAST IN THE CHURCH—THE ... Read More »

Table Grace for Thanksgiving

Posted by Bob Herz on 11/19/16

Table Grace for Thanksgiving

Blessed are you Lord, God of Creation. Through your goodness we enjoy the fruits of the earth and share the loving gifts of family andfriendship.

We ask your blessings on our guests, our table and our home. We offer thanks for the love with which ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on Death and After Death - Homily from November 13, 2016

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 11/14/16

DEATH AND AFTER DEATH 2016—33RD SUNDAY NOV. 13

TODAY WE CONTINUE OUR REFLECTION ON THE FOUR LAST THINGS: DEATH, JUDGEMENT, HEAVEN, AND HELL.

ONE REASON WHY FORREST GUMP WAS SO APPEALING TO ALMOST EVERYBODY IS BECAUSE HE SAID PROFOUND TRUTHS IN A SIMPLE AND UNASSUMING WAY. HERE’S WHAT HE ... Read More »

Remembering parishioners

Posted by Bob Herz on 10/30/16

“Remember our brothers and sisters, our relatives andfriends, and all those who have gone to their rest in the hope of rising again; bring them and all the departed into the light of your presence. ”  These parishioners have entered into the fullness of eternal life from:  OCTOBER 31,2015 TO ... Read More »

HOLY MASS AND CANONIZATION OF THE BLESSEDS by HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS

Posted by Bob Herz on 10/23/16

HOLY MASS AND CANONIZATION OF THE BLESSEDS:  Salomon Leclercq, José Sánchez del Río, Manuel González García, Lodovico Pavoni, Alfonso Maria Fusco, José Gabriel del Rosario Brochero, Elisabeth of the Holy Trinity Catez HOMILY OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS St Peter's SquareSunday, 16 October 2016

 

At the start of today’s ... Read More »

A ‘Catholic’ Hijacking

Posted by Bob Herz on 10/09/16

A series of ads, placed in newspapers across the country in mid-September by an organization called “Catholics for Choice” (CFC), has spread the egregious falsehood that Catholicism and abortion can be in harmony with one another. “Public funding for abortion is a Catholic social justice value,” according to the ... Read More »

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