Jan 6, 2022
From the Loyola Press: The start of a new liturgical year, beginning with the first Sunday of Advent, also marks the transition from one lectionary cycle (A, B, or C) to the next. These cycles are a result of the Second Vatican Council, which ordered a change in the Sunday readings at Mass so that Catholics would become...
Jan 3, 2022
Remember "So Long 2020!"? Have you heard the expression “wash, rinse and repeat"? 2022 is off to a rough start. It's only week one and we are now in our third year of the COVID virus. Let's start the New Year with hope and prayer.
Dec 29, 2021
A lot has happened in a year. Especially for yours truly. I am once again the Pastor of my own church. Sacred Heart in Auburn Hills, MI. I love the assignment. Part of that comes with my first Christmas and New Year. Let’s pray for healthier New Year. Pray for the end of COVID.
Dec 20, 2021
It’s hard to imagine anything worse than the loss of a child. As a Catholic Priest, I try to be open in my counseling with couples and parents about their child or children: let them know that I support them, and are there to talk and listen.
Nov 29, 2021
Advent is a period of preparation extending over the four Sundays before Christmas. The word Advent comes from the Latin advenio, "to come to," and refers to the coming of Christ. Though Christ has already come into the world, the Church invites us to renew our desire for the Lord more deeply into our lives, and...