Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

The writer of John’s Gospel mentions only seven miracles of Jesus and he calls them “signs.” Jesus is the divine spouse who invites us into a new covenantal relationship sealed by his blood on the cross and celebrated in the Eucharist. We find salvation in the person of Jesus.    ~ Fr. Matt



Feast of the Baptism of the Lord

Let’s add depth and breath to our Baptismal promises. Let us reject pride, arrogance, self-sufficiency, injustice, apathy, indifference, self importance and willingly commit our lives to Christ.               ~ Fr. Matt                                   



The Epiphany of the Lord

In the struggles we have endured with Covid and our personal challenges we may want to curse the darkness that envelops us. As we begin a new year we need to tend to the divine light. We need to fan the flames of our faith through which we will survive and triumph.     ~ Fr. Matt





The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph

We celebrate the Christ event. As the anointed was made flesh salvation reaches its ultimate clarity. What we celebrate as good news is not mere words but persons and events. ~ Fr. Matt                                                            








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