January 2014

Pastor's Pen, for The 3rd Sunday

I’ve given only a few retreats but it is often the case that at the end of a retreat participants set for themselves very lofty expectations.  For example, after a few days of consoling prayer one may think they need to completely reform their Christian life, that is, they need to


Parish Bulletin & Website

Thanks for those of you expressing interest in the online bulletin, I’ll try to answer your questions. As you may be aware, the website crashed (non-fatal, sustaining no losses) on October 25th, 2013.


Pastor's Pen, for The 2nd Sunday

The holiest person I ever met was a Jesuit from the United States named Fr. Joe. Part of our experience as novices was to be visited by an older, wider and holier Jesuit. In one of our classes, Fr. Joe was asked what he was most grateful for.  Fr.


Pastor's Pen, Baptism of The Lord

Once a month I say Mass at the Grace Hospital.  One of the residents is an older man who knows no English.  I have noticed that during the Mass he always has to be holding someone’s hand.  Even after the mass when I visit with him, he again, has to hold


Pastor's Pen, Epiphany of The Lord

When I was in Jamaica there was a woman who lived near the church.  Every time she saw me, she would ask for a bit of money, for help.  Some days, towards the end of the month, when money was low, I have to admit that sometimes I would try and hide from her.  One day as


World Day Of Peace, A Message From His Holiness Francis

The succession of economic crises should lead to a timely rethinking of our models of economic development and to a change in lifestyles.


Upcoming Events

Shepherds' Trust
2017 Nov 19 - 08:00
Social Outreach Mini Fair
2017 Nov 19 - 09:30
Eucharistic Ministers' Workshop
2017 Nov 26 - 09:30