Fr. Jim looks at God’s presence in times of suffering; particularly the power of that divine presence when reason seems to suggest God’s absence.
Raphael Amato’s Reflection, a Parish Update and Zoom Registration for Sunday Liturgy of the Word and Weekday Masses
Jesus, rather than telling others how to live, called those around him to discover the fundamental truth about God’s love. God’s laws were not meant to overpower and dominate, but rather to acknowledge our fundamental relationship with God
God’s light and love nurtures our capacity to create unity and healing. We are invited and called to reflect on our actions and how those actions create good for all – for other people, other beings, and for the planet
Eleanor Rabnett’s Reflection, History with Terry Byrne and a Parish Update on the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
God does not force monologues on anyone who is unwilling. He simply invites: “Come.” The voice of God can be anywhere, in any guise.
Fr. Jim will be celebrating noon Mass during the period of the Provincial lockdown each Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the church. Maximum capacity is 10, including the celebrant.
Warm wishes for a safe and Merry Christmas. May the light of this season help guide your way to a brighter 2021!