Sunday Reflections

Spiritual Growth with God’s Strength: Pastor’s Reflection for Weekend of Oct. 14/15 (Mt. 22: 1-14)
Often in the confessional (and it is also something I do when I as a sinner receive the sacrament) I hear people say something similar to the following: ‘I have to do more or less of this or that’ or ‘I got to stop doing this or that!’ We probably all know what we mean by that but while looking at our gospel the...

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Pastor’s Reflection for the Weekend of Oct. 7/8       (Mt. 21:33-43)
I recently read something that made me think. It was this – “There’s no exception to the rule that states everyone expects to be the exception to the rule!” There is probably a lot of truth to that statement. We criticize someone driving in front of us but never would expect the person behind us to be upset with...

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Eucharist Means Giving Thanks
By Fr. Bob Kraig      Reflection for the weekend of January 23/24. (Lk. 1:1-4, 4:14-21), the Third Sunday of Ordinary Time. Every time we celebrate Eucharist (a word which means ‘giving thanks’) we come into contact with the all-loving and forgiving God who gives us everything we have. In the first reading...

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Do Whatever He Tells You
By Fr. Bob Kraig      Reflection for weekend of January 16/17 – Jn 2:1-11      This weekend’s gospel of the wedding at Cana and Jesus turning water into wine compels us to ask the question: ‘Where do we go when the old runs out and something new needs to emerge?’ Mary sees a ne...

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