What do our Catholic and American political traditions call us to do today?
God invites everyone to His Kingdom.
God has blessed us and expects us to produce fruit for His Kingdom.
El Señor nos ama en todas las circumstancias.
God's love is freely given. We are called to imitate that love.
The vocation to love
A Catholic perspective on labor
Those who think differently from us are not evil. They are people who see things differently and have a different solution.
"You gotta look good on wood" to follow Jesus.
We are interdependent.
Lent is a time to renew our vision.
Adam and Eve set the pattern.
A serious challenge for the 'Church in the United States and to our parish
It's more than just keeping some rules.
We are called to be the salt of the earth, the light of the world. We do this by love, what we do for others
Baptism was the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry. Our baptism calls us to follow the Lord
Our baptismal anointing calls us to build the Kingdom of God.
School Mass with 6th, 7th, 8th grades. Ict. 3, 2019
Our parish has immigrant roots. We continue to serve and protect immigrants today.
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