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The Biblical Roots of Ash Wednesday

by Brant Pitre at Catholic Productions In this video, Dr. Pitre gives insight into the Biblical foundation for Ash Wednesday, as well as the rationale and purpose of the season of Lent. He addresses questions such as: Why do you we use ashes? Why are we asked of the...

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Feb 21 Day of Prayer

All are invited and encouraged to sit in Adoration on Thursday, February 21st during the hours of 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM at Sacred Heart Cathedral. This day of Adoration will take place during “The protection of minors in the Church” Meeting, to be held in the Vatican...

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Family Corner: Forgiveness

The demise of the family begins with the defeat of forgiveness. Our world concretizes independence and self-definition. We see this as individuals demand their rights and freedoms from institutions and organizations. The self-righteous battle cry states, it’s my body;...

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Family Corner: Storge Love

The contemporary culture changed dramatically over the course of 50 years and many ask why and how.  The answer is simple. No longer does society uphold and protect Storge Love.  Storge Love is the unconditional love of the mother and father for their son or daughter....

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Parish Council 1-30-2019

We thank Bishop Chad for coming to our parish and celebrating Mass with us and also praying the Holy Hour. The meeting following the Holy Hour was productive. Wil Courtney gave a brief summary of the financial report which was printed in the bulletin last week. Rich...

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Understanding the Liturgy

The Creed is a summary statement of our Faith and Beliefs handed down from the early Church.
The Creed serves as a summary of doctrine to teach the Catechumenates (people preparing to become Christian) and also to curb wrong teaching and heresy.

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Four Levels of Love

Our culture embraces powerful, emotional love stories, and the great love stories throughout history all include sacrificial love.
Yet, this sacrificial love (divine love) is one aspect and Christians call it Agape Love, which is the unconditional love of Jesus Who gives his life for his Church, and in so doing frees us from the enslavement of death and sin.

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The Gift of Generosity

Immaculate Conception “The Church makes a moral judgment about economic and social matters, ‘when the fundamental rights of the person or the salvation of souls requires it.’” (CCC 2419) Any system in which social teaching proposes principles for reflection; it...

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The Mystical Body of Christ

Immaculate Conception Man is made for communion with one another and the communion is rooted in God, who is a Trinity of Communion. We who are in the Church are drawn into this Divine Communion of the Father and Son’s love for each other. The Sacraments are the means...

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St. Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr HD

The year was 258 A.D. It was a difficult beginning for what would become the First Christian Millennium. Hostility against the early followers of Jesus Christ was growing. The barbarism and severity of pagan Rome had begun to reach a fever pitch. It would soon lead to...

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Liturgical Day

Things to Think About

The Sacraments are Jesus Christ's presence in us. So it is important for us to go to Confession and receive Holy Communion.
~ Pope Francis

CD of the Week


CD of the Week: Drawing Strength from Our Lady of Sorrows: Kimberly Hahn, a convert to the Catholic faith, found honoring Mary difficult to initially understand. In this presentation, she reflects on the joys and sorrows that Mary prayerfully experienced during her time on Earth, and shares how her example leads us closer to Christ.
   Preview the CD of the Week and more at Lighthouse Catholic Media

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