JOHN 6:1-15

7th Sunday in Oridinary Time, Fr. Francis F. Baiocchi

A woman arrives at the airport two hours before her fight. To help pass the time she purchases a paperback book and bag of cookies at a news ...

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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Rev. Robert Weiss

The “Doctrine of Discovery”, issued by Pope Alexander VI in the year 1493, states that Christians may take the land and possessions of a ...

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Mark 5:25-35

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Francis Baiocchi

Think of recent headlines and news stories: murders, violence, intolerance, prejudice – the world's a mess! A young man is warmly welcomed ...

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Some enchanted …

Fourth Sunday after Pentecost Proper 7, Robert Weiss

We “seniors” have fond memories of “South Pacific”, Rodgers & Hammerstein and Ezio Pinza. The melody in our heads with my text m ...

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Bringing in the Seeds

Third Sunday after Pentecost Proper 6, Rev. Kathy Sullivan Vandenberg

I love to watch my flowers grow and flourish in my garden. They are planted because they remind me of my loved ones and the particular beaut ...

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Gospel of Mark 14:12-16, 22-26

Second Sunday after Pentecost, Father Don

How do you feel when you are about to meet someone you love with all your heart? I don’t know about you but after years of marriage when I ...

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Nobody knows the trouble I see….

, Robert Weiss

The last words of today’s gospel give us pause to reflect on the Who and the What of the Trinity. We have just prayed in the name of the C ...

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Sophia Grace Baptism


Pentecost has arrived. Alleluia, Alleluia!! When I was a little girl I remember the priest telling a story of Pentecost where people gath ...

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John 17:11-19

7th Sunday of Easter, Fr. Francis F. Baiocchi

I've felt all my life that sight is such a precious gift of God. Losing ones eyesight and becoming blind is a loss I can scarcely imagine. Y ...

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