Trinity Sunday, Fr. Francis F. Baiocchi
There was this married couple sitting at their breakfast table one Saturday morning before going out to the golf course where they played 18 ...
Pentacost, Fr. Francis F. Baiocchi
Two brand new work crews were installing new telephone poles along a county highway. At day's end, the foreman asked each crew how the day w ...
7th Sunday of Easter, Rev. Kathy Vandenberg
Peter, John, James, Andrew, Philip, Thomas, Bartholomew. Matthew, Simon -
-Mary the Mother of Jesus
People, men, and women ga ...
6th Sunday of Easter, Fr. Francis Baiocchi
(Sung:) “Do you love me?” You may recall Fiddler on the Roof, a musical theater presentation that features a deeply moving and tender mo ...
We offer this Mass on Mothers’ Day for all the mothers in our congregation, whether they are alive or have gone to their eternal reward.
4th Sunday of Easter, Rev. Kathy Sullivan Vandenberg
I remember when I was growing up, our family got news through the party line phone that we had in our house. Each family on the line had a s ...
3rd Sunday of Easter, Fr. Don
The Emmaus incident described in today’s Gospel is like many people have experienced. Have you ever failed to recognize someone you meet w ...
2nd Sunday of Easter, Fr. Francis F. Baiocchi
An Eskimo and his 15-year old son were fishing with two other men near the edge of the ice. Suddenly and without warning, the section of ice ...
Easter Sunday, Rev. Kathy Sullivan Vandenberg
It is Easter Sunday – and we rejoice! Most of your homes have Easter lilies, baskets, sign of Spring everywhere.
If you listened to the ...
Palm Sunday, Fr. Francis Baiocchi
Some years ago, a woman by the name of Barbara Kingsolver authored a book entitled Prodigal Summer – a story about a young woman who got p ...