15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR By Lisa Fernandes We know about the ten commandments and strive to live by them. But there are two overarching commandments which incorporate and extend the ten commandments: When asked by a lawyer which commandment in the law is the greatest Jesus said

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

THE GALATIAN HOUSE OF POUTINE By Tina Sibbald Sometimes a lesson is difficult to learn, until it suddenly isn’t. Has your Doctor ever advised you to lose weight, or adjust your diet for health reasons? If you are anything like me, being told you couldn’t have

11th Sunday in Ordinary Time

“SHE HAS SHOWN GREAT LOVE” By Emily VanBerkum How many times in our lives have we played the role of Simon from today’s Gospel account? During dinner together, Simon the Pharisee questions Jesus’ willingness to accept the hospitality of a “sinful” woman who showed up unexpectedly.

10th Sunday in Ordinary Time

OUR PRAYERS ARE ANSWERED by Lucinda M. Vardey Many of us carry around lists of the needs of all the people, projects and problems we ask God to solve. We light candles in church, we pray the rosary, we have Masses said, and we ask others to join

Feast of Corpus Christi

“Give Them Something to Eat” By John Dalla Costa I wish you could see what I see. The Body of Christ. I wish you could see what I see as a Eucharistic minister. The Body of Christ. I wish you could see face to face those who come to receive

Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

LIVING IN THE SPIRIT OF THE TRINITY By Leanna Cappiello Last week we celebrated Pentecost, when we relive the New Testament narrative when Jesus breathes the Holy Spirit onto the Apostles, inspiring them with the gifts of wisdom, understanding, right judgment, courage, knowledge, piety, and reverence.

Pentecost Sunday

WHERE IT IS AT By Fr. Chris Valka, CSB It is always interesting to me how people describe “the Church.” In fact, it is a worthy experiment I invite you to consider in this moment when we not simply celebrate Pentecost, but the birthday of the Church.

The Ascension of the Lord

BE STILL By Tina Sibbald Have you ever lost someone important to you, and wished that you had one more chance at a final exchange – something you need to tell that person, or need to know; a proper farewell and closure which brings peace? Accounts of

Sixth Sunday of Easter

GUIDED BY THE SPIRIT By: Elizabeth Chesley-Jewell In our gospel this week Jesus tells his disciples, “the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you everything and remind you of all that I told you.” The Holy Spirit here