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A Note From Father Eickhoff

September 3, 2023

At the Mass when I was ordained a Temporary Deacon the ordaining bishop wore multiple layers of vestments indicating the importance of both the priestly and diaconate Holy Orders.  This […]

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A Note From Father Eickhoff

June 18, 2023

I’ve mentioned in the past that I began my preparation for the priesthood at the Abbey of the Immaculate Conception – a Benedictine monastery – in Missouri.  This year the […]

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A Note From Father Eickhoff

By the time that you read this Bulletin article Easter Sunday will be less than one month away.  I  don’t think that anyone has ever said that the Season of […]

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A Note From Father Eickhoff

January 8, 2023

Today marks the closing of the Season of Christmas in the Catholic Church.  And so, I think it is very proper that I recognize everyone in the parish who helped […]

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A Note From Father Eickhoff

October 9, 2022

The last verses of today’s Second Reading from the 2nd Letter of St. Paul to Timothy contain what is thought to be the words from a very early Christian hymn: […]

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Voice Recognition

May 8, 2022

Today the Gospel reminds us that Jesus is the Good Shepherd.  The sheep of His flock recognize His voice.  It is because they recognize that voice that they follow Him.  […]

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Worth and Value

October 31, 2021

What is something worth?   Has something gone up in value over time?  What possessions possess us?   It was always interesting to be on a youth retreat and be invited to […]

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The Making of Disciples

May 24, 2020

Today is all about sending us forth.  This was not just one moment in time, but this message is meant for all time.  Our faith is to be lived and […]

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