Two strong women working in solidarity
Monday of the Fourth Week of Advent Today’s readings anticipate the joy we will experience when Jesus comes to us at Christmas including the gospel of the annunciation. Fr. Ron reflects on why he loves this gospel so much. Many Two strong women working in solidarity
Where to turn in times of suffering
Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows In today’s homily, Fr. Ron reflects on today’s gospel as one of the seven sorrows of Mary.The sorrows represent how Mary’s heart was full of compassion for Jesus who was suffering. Likewise, she is Where to turn in times of suffering
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
According to Catholic teaching, the Assumption of Mary is the belief that at the end of her earthly life, Mary was taken up into heaven, bodily (physically) as well as spiritually. A few key points about the meaning of the Assumption of The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Should we be more like Martha or Mary?
Feast of St. MarthaShould we be more like Martha or Mary?Today is the feast of St. Martha and Fr. Ron reflects on this question as she welcomes Jesus into her house both physically and spiritually. Should we be active serving Should we be more like Martha or Mary?
What is the most important thing to search for in life?
Feast of Saint Mary MagdaleneWe hear in the readings how Mary spent her life searching for Jesus.We search for many things in life, but what is more worthy of our search than the love of God in our life. READINGS:Sg What is the most important thing to search for in life?
The Annunciation of the Lord
ISAIAH 7:10-14; PSALM 40; HEBREWS 10:4-10; LUKE 1:26-38 Today, nine months before Christmas, we celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation, when Mary’s faith in God’s goodness prompted her to open herself to do God’s will and conceive our Savior. The The Annunciation of the Lord