Pastor’s Letter

A Mercy That is Divine

April 11, 2021

We come to this weekend to watch Jesus reinforce what Thomas already knows that Jesus is alive.  His profession of faith happens when all of the obstacles are lifted.  Thomas had all of the tools.  Thomas had the ability to believe.  His need was to have the experience for himself not based on the testimony of […]

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April 4, 2021

Jesus is alive, He is Risen!  Alleluia…There is nothing more to be said.  The rest of this page can be blank.  This is His Easter, this is what He did for us.  In the midst of our Easter Celebration of the Eucharist, we are invited to renew our Baptismal Vows.  This wonderful interchange is to be done […]

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Holiness That Cannot Escape Or Be Denied

March 28, 2021

The world is turned upside down.  We have lived in a time where nothing is the same.  The unimaginable led our year to bring us to this point.  It began in fear of the unknown.  A virus we knew little about challenged our expressions of life.  Outside was moved inside; the world was turned upside […]

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The Power of Remembering

March 21, 2021

If I asked you to recall a gift you received that had true meaning to you, after some careful thought you could name it.  If I asked you to express an experience that you had that was life-changing, you could share it without hesitation.  While those might be enriching, if I asked you to recall […]

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Light Came, Love Was Announced, Eternal Life Given

March 14, 2021

What do we do when the lights go out?  Where do we turn?  What do we search for?  We live in an incredible time when outlets to power and its source can be found in almost every room of the house. We are blessed.  Our lives are also blessed by the power source of the […]

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Making Time Uncovers Timelessness

March 7, 2021

We begin this third week of Lent with the commands of the Lord found in the Book of Exodus.  These words of God are to help guide us and direct our lives according to the greatness of God’s plan for us.  These commands have been memorized and reflected upon for generations.  They invite us to return […]

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Height Reveals Depth

February 28, 2021

The scriptures this week once again invite us to enter the paradox of God’s love.  In Genesis, Abraham is invited to go to the land of Moriah and go to the height that God will point out to make a sacrifice.  This sacrifice is to be his son Isaac.  How awful the trip must have […]

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Touching Thirst

February 21, 2021

This weekend we have fascinating scripture readings.  The Gospel is very short and direct.  The Spirit drove Jesus into the desert.  He is driven into a place with no water, the desert.  After being tempted by Satan He is ministered to by angels.  In this place with no water, He is in touch with thirst.  […]

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Where is our Everywhere?

February 14, 2021

The last line of the Gospel for today speaks of Jesus remaining outside of towns and staying in deserted places.  While He is doing this, it says people kept coming to Him from everywhere.  Where is our everywhere?  Where is our starting point?  Where are we a follower of Jesus?  These are good questions to […]

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Our Lenten Strategy

February 7, 2021

Our Gospel today invites us to follow the rhythm of life found in the journey of Jesus.  We find this balance in the reading proclaimed this weekend of Jesus acting upon and responding to the needs of family and friends.  He immediately reaches out to Simon’s mother-in-law and helps her up after healing her from […]

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