Father Keith’s Korner

Weekly notes from our Pastor

Fourth Sunday of Lent

I’m sure you are experiencing the present time in our lives as very strange—as am I. At our Liturgy Planning Committee meeting this past week, we were discussing whether we should order Easter flowers. At our Pastoral Council meeting, we were wondering how we will pay...

Third Sunday of Lent

On Friday evenings during Lent we gather for a simple meal (the parish provides the soup, you bring the bread) at 6:15 PM, followed by various forms of Lenten prayer at 7:00 PM. Perhaps Friday evenings could be one way your family might observe the Lenten season, and...

Second Sunday of Lent

I encourage you to make sure you observe the Season of Lent in some particular way. We’ve offered prayer booklets and rice bowls, and plan a variety of Lenten Friday prayer opportunities. There are weekly times for Eucharistic Exposition listed on the bulletin purple...

First Sunday of Lent

Welcome to the holy season of Lent. This year we are reflecting on how God is always “Calling all Sinners” to new life through reflection and repentance. A special feature of our Lenten worship will be the blowing of the shofar during the penitential rite. This is...

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Ash Wednesday occurs this week and the holy Season of Lent begins. We are all invited to be marked with ashes at Masses at 8:30 AM and 7:00 PM that day. This Lent we will be reflecting on how God has been “Calling All Sinners” to reflection, repentance and new life...

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

I flew back from New Zealand on Friday and was pleased to find out that we only had to be on the plane for 19 hours to return (vs. 23.5 hours on the way over) because of favorable winds, and the fact that New Zealand is closer to the U.S. than Australia. It is good to...

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