Message from our Pastor – 6/23/2019

Dear Parishioners, Last week we left off examining the Carmelite method of mental prayer or what we generally call meditation. We were making our points of mediation in our proximate preparation. I mentioned that it is good to make 2 to 5 points. Just having one, doesn’t leave any options...

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Message from our Pastor – 6/16/2019

Dear Parishioners, We have discussed Lectio Divina before and its four steps of: Lectio, Meditatio, Oratio, and Contempaltio. You can review this method on “formed.org”. If you haven’t yet logged in, you do so by: • Going to: http//formed.org • Click on the “Register” • Enter Parish Access Code: 7ZC8WK...

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Investigative firm begins review of clergy files

Investigative firm begins review of clergy files Download PDF file MADISON — At the request of diocesan leadership, Defenbaugh and Associates, an independent security and investigations firm, founded by and composed of veteran agents of the Federation Bureau of Investigations (FBI, has been retained to conduct a full review of...

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Message from our Pastor – 6/9/2019

Dear Parishioners, Last week I spoke about the importance of prayer and in particular mental prayer or meditation. In the past I have written quite a bit about Lectio Divina. I believe it is the easiest and most organic way to begin and to continue developing your prayer and spiritual...

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Message from our Pastor – 6/2/2019

Dear Parishioners, I spoke last week in my homily about building a relationship with the Holy Spirit in prayer. That is where we meet and get to know Him. So I want to encourage all of you to continue working in your spiritual endeavors to deepen your friendship with Him....

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Message from our Pastor – 5/26/2019

Dear Parishioners, Last week we had a look at the Ascension and Pentecost; two beautiful feasts that close out the Easter Season. To begin “regular time” with a bang, we have on June 16th the celebration of the Most Holy Trinity. Here we celebrate and recognize one of the most...

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Message from our Pastor – 5/19/2019

Dear Parishioners, I promised last week to talk about the great upcoming solemnities of our liturgical year. We just finished celebrating the most important ones in Holy Week and Easter. Now we have another series of solemnities that we should really celebrate consciously and intentionally. The first one is the...

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