4 April 2021


       The Katharine Konnection

Fr. Keith’s Korner


       Here are some excerpts of what I wrote here last Easter when the pandemic was just getting underway: “I’ll be honest with you—it’s Easter and it is just weird.  We can’t go to church, we can’t travel to visit with family…our normal rituals of celebration have all been upended… The death toll continues to rise, and so many have lost loved ones.  Our medical professionals are making unbelievable sacrifices…Many people have lost jobs, and business owners are wondering if they will be able to make it… Parents are struggling to work from home and do home schooling at the same time. Over the last several weeks, I have found myself just crying at times—it all seems so overwhelming… and we don’t know what to do.”

       Re-reading those words reminded me that with time and experience comes perspective.  Much of what we were experiencing one year ago is still a present reality for us, but we have learned that we will make it through this, that there is still a sense of hope, and that God will “raise us up” to new life. That is where God will take us, if only we will “let go and let God.”  That’s the good news of the Easter gospel—and so, as a disciple, make sure you share it with someone who needs that message of hope right now in their lives.

Many thanks to our parishioners and staff members whose talented service has graced our parish in recent weeks, especially our liturgy planning team, Adult Faith Formation Committee, music ministry, ushers, RCIA team, and church decorators.  Everyone working together has enabled our faith community to grow spiritually during the Lenten season.

Congratulations to Wayne Rogers, the newest member of the Catholic faith community—and thanks to Sherry Snyder for coordinating our annual Easter Egg Hunt, as well as those who were responsible for planning and leading our Lenten Friday night prayer.

       A joyous Easter to you and your loved ones!


Rev. Keith W. Boisvert


P.S.  Please take a moment to review other information concerning our parish and it’s gradual re-opening by clicking here for the weekly bulletin.  You can also check out our Kid’s Bulletin HERE.

Zoom Sessions this Week

Centering Prayer This practice of contemplative prayer helps us draw our attention from the ordinary flow of thoughts to an inner silence receptive to the presence of God.

Every Sunday at 4:30 PM

Scripture Study – Join us for a weekly scripture study through Zoom focusing on the readings for the upcoming weekend.  This type of scripture study gives us the chance to unpack and reflect upon the readings before we arrive at Mass, thus allowing us to benefit even more from our experience of hearing God’s Word.

Every Thursday at 7:00 PM

This Area is Widget-Ready

You can place here any widget you want!

You can also display any layout saved in Divi Library.

Let’s try with contact form: