This Sunday we celebrate the Solemnity of The Most Holy Trinity, the mystery of the three Persons in God: The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Today’s Gospel reminds us that this mystery is central to our faith. For this reason, every Sunday is sanctified and consecrated to the Triune God. As we share in the mystery of the blessed Trinity, may we also seek to welcome others to share in God’s love.READ MORE
The word Pentecost is Greek and means "50th day". Fifty days after Easter Sunday, we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles, "and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in tongues, and the Spirit enabled them to proclaim" (Acts 2:1-11).
There were thousands of Jews in Jerusalem to celebrate the end of Passover, and when they heard the strong noise coming from the sky, they all gathered in a large crowd. These people had no common language yet when the Apostles began to speak in tongues the people in the crowd were amazed because they heard the Apostles speaking in their native languages. This day marked the beginning of the Apostles ministry to make disciples and spread the Word to all nations of the Earth.READ MORE
May is a special month for the Catholic Church. It is the month we pay homage to our Blessed Mother Mary for her unique role in the history of salvation as the Mother of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, conceived without Sin. Young Virgin Mary, by her own free will, agreed to bring the “Word made flesh”, into the world. (John 1:14)
Motherhood is a precious gift to be appreciated, honored and celebrated. This Sunday, we honor and Celebrate all Moms, those who are here with us and those who have gone to be with our Lord. May God bless you always as you have blessed us with life, lessons and love. Fr Dennis and the parish staff wish you all a very Happy Mother’s Day!READ MORE
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently noted that only half of the 75 million adults in America who have hypertension (high blood pressure) have it under control. One reason, says the expert team, is that people with hypertension often fail to take the medications that could help keep it under control. As hypertension typically has no symptoms, it might be “out of sight, out of mind,” even as it raises the risk of heart disease, stroke, vascular dementia, vision loss, kidney disease and other dangerous health conditions.READ MORE