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Message from Fr. Michael – December 10, 2017

Our Advent journey continues to provide opportunities for prayer, works of charity, and reflection on the Birth of Christ. The Advent candles burn brightly not only in our homes, but also in our hearts as we prepare a way for the Lord. Often we hear the words to make ready the way of the Lord…
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Notes from Fr. Michael – December 1, 2017

Another Advent Season is upon us! Black Friday is gone, Cyber Monday has expired, and now the Advent wreaths remind us what we try to be about. We look back remembering His birth, but we also look forward to remembering His promise to return again in glory. This is hard to do if we get…
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Notes from Fr. Michael – November 26, 2017

Turkey Day is over, now on to Christmas.  This seems to be a theme that many us get caught up in.  Many years ago while a seminarian at Saint John’s Seminary, I had a part time job at Jordan Marsh Basement store in down town Boston along with about seven other seminarians.  We were basically…
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NOTES FROM FR. MICHAEL – NOVEMBER 19, 2017

  In a few days most people in the United States will be celebrating our National Day of Thanksgiving.  No matter what our ethnic background or countries of origin may be, we will all be eating turkey,  mashed potatoes with gravy, a variety of vegetables, cranberry sauces, pies and assorted desserts.  We add some of our…
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