I will take care of you.
October is the Month of the Holy Rosary The month of October is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary, with the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary being celebrated on October 7th each year. It was instituted to honor the Blessed Virgin Mary in gratitude for the protection that she gives the Church in answer to the … Continue reading October is the Month of the Holy Rosary!
Great News! We are happy to announce that flowers may once again be placed next to the statues in the sanctuary. Votives for prayer intentions are also available for lighting. Please take advantage of this but be mindful when handling the candles and flowers. Hand sanitizer is available near all statues. ¡Una gran noticia! Nos … Continue reading Candles & Flowers Have Returned
Congratulations to the following high school seniors who received a 2020 JCCW Scholarship! Best wishes in all your endeavors! Premios de becas JCCW¡Felicitaciones para los siguientes candidatos de último año de secundaria que recibieron una beca JCCW 2020! Nuestros mejores deseos en todos sus esfuerzos! * Esperanza Carrillo-Granados ** Kenia Flores-Perez ** Haily Griggs ** … Continue reading JCCW Scholarship Awards
Religious Education News/Noticias de educación religiosa Attention parents of those children who are preparing to receive a Sacrament this year (First Reconciliation, First Communion, and/or Confirmation)! The first mandatory half-day retreat will be on Saturday, October 24th. We will meet ONLINE via ZOOM from 9am to about 1pm. This will be a time for the … Continue reading Attn Parents: Mandatory Retreat!
Jesus came not to keep the fog from descending but to help us see through the fog.
How is your prayer life? Though prayer is one of the essentials of a thriving faith, we often feel as if we’re talking to ourselves—or, worse, as if we’re talking to no one at all. How can something so vital to the Faith be so elusive? Lectio: Prayer was created to help us find intimacy … Continue reading Lectio: Prayer
Doers of the Word Oct. 4 Persnickety … Whatever! Benjamin Franklin frequently supported his political arguments with biblical references. He could be persnickety about others’ interpretation of the bible. In his autobiography he was bothered by a sermon on Philippians 4:8 in today’s reading and thought the preacher missed the point. He said this about … Continue reading Persnickety … Whatever!