For the past 20 years, the Universal Church has celebrated the 2nd Sunday of Easter as Divine Mercy Sunday. Pope St. John
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Have you been following the “March Madness” of collegiate basketball games seeking the national championship? It seems to be a major national
This week is known as Holy Week, for these are the high holy days of our Catholic and Christian religion. These are
Each of us has experienced some sort of grief, loss or suffering at some point in our lives. Whether it is favorite
During this Lenten season, I’ve been enjoying the Sunday morning CAFÉ FERRER “get-together” with adults at 10:00 a.m. A number of topics
In this Sunday’s reading from the book of Exodus, the image of “holy ground” has special meaning. For centuries, spiritual writers have
Last Sunday, during our weekly 10 o’clock morning Café Ferrer discussions, a question came up about the role that indulgences play in
The season of Lent is a time for us to accept that we are weak and sinful people born into a beautiful
This coming (Ash) Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, most of us would normally
Hip-hip-hooray! Mrs. Delgado’s famous cheer would be an appropriate way to express all that took place last Sunday in our parish. With