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Learning a new Mass setting

Over time we are building up a fuller repertoire of liturgical music in the parish.

For example, we are hoping to have a Mass setting for each of the major liturgical seasons and a couple of settings for use in the major blocks of Ordinary Time. 134 more words


Why do I want to Change Rites?

It is not a simple answer actually… to begin once I change rites, I will not be able to change rites again, in other words, once across the bridge, there is no way back… but that is something that does not bother me. 412 more words

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About the grace of communing with God


Mother of God:  The grace of talking with God does not transform the nature of man, which is sinful, but develops the will of becoming holy, becoming a tool for the exclusive disposal of God. 50 more words


Fealty and Rendering To Caesar: Why White Catholics Should #TakeAKnee

Catholics are generally familiar with the concept of “rendering to Caesar that which is Caesar’s”. When Jesus tells the Pharisees and Herodians in the Gospel of Matthew (22:21) to “render unto the Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s,” he sets the framework for how we should think about religion and the state even today.  2,545 more words


Saturday morning read with "Soul of Christ"

Mexico brought so many beautiful experiences and provided a wonderful environment for prayer. While enjoying my time in Mexico, I read through Soul of Christ… 169 more words


"Ask Jesus To Heal Your Wounds..."

March 25, 1997 Message From Our Lady of Medjugorje:

“Dear children!

Today, in a special way, I invite you to take the cross in the hands and to meditate on the wounds of Jesus. 91 more words