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Sunday Homily

June 16, 2019 Feast of the most Holy Trinity (C)

The Church celebrates today the central mystery of our Christian Faith. The life of the Most Holy Trinity is the mystery from which all other mysteries of our Catholic Faith flow. Yet the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity is difficult to wrap our heads around. The Church, however, has learned over the centuries a simple means by which to explore this awesome mystery. The Church reflects upon who God is by looking at what God has chosen to do. When we take this tack—when we try to get a running start at Who God is by looking at what He’s done—we’re using a simple principle. It’s used in philosophy and theology all the time. This principle has a very technical name. It’s called “The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree”...

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Brothers and sisters, today we celebrate the Feast of the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. It's a celebration of relationship; our relationship with God and with one another and in the person of Jesus Christ we have come to discover that God's love for each one of us is unconditional. In the person of Jesus we have come to know God, in an intimate way we could, the humanity could hear God, touch, and experience God's intimate, tender, compassionate love and in the person of Jesus we also come to know that God's love for us does not show partiality because God sends rain on the just and the unjust. He makes the sunshine on the righteous and the unrighteous...

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In the chapel

  • Noon Mass every Tuesday, Wednesday, & first Friday of every month
  • Our Mother of Perpetual Help every Wednesday; Rosary at 5:30 p.m. with Novena following

​Baptism Classes

second Sunday of every month

  • English classes after the 10 am Mass
  • Spanish classes after the 12 pm Mass


Adoration

First Friday of every month from 9:30 am to 4 pm

The Responsibility of our faith. Today is a day simply to ponder the fact that in baptism we were claimed by God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The first reading from Deuteronomy prompts us to fix in our hearts the truth that God is the Lord of both heaven and earth and there is no other god...

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