From the Pastor's Desk:

A Reflection on the Solemnity of Christ the King

November 22, 2020

     Seeing can be a physical activity of the eyes or an inspired activity of the heart. We might see with our eyes the worried look of a parent caring for a sick child ... our inspired heart sees love and compassion pouring out ...

From the Pastor's Desk:

A Reflection on the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

November 15, 2020

   The master gave to the three servants in the Gospel “each according to his ability.” We have not all been given the same sum of talents, gifts, and abilities, but Jesus, our Master, has invested in each and every one of us ...

From the Pastor's Desk:

A Reflection on the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

November 08, 2020

     We must be prepared. We must be ready. Are we?

From the Pastor's Desk:

A Reflection on the Solemnity of All Saints

November 01, 2020

   Many times we receive bills and useless solicitations in the mail. But every so often, we run across an invitation to a birthday or a wedding ... 

From the Pastor's Desk:

A few words about Viewings in church ...

February 23, 2020

     In the first part of 2019, I was quite taken aback after allowing several viewings

to occur in both Saint Catherine of Siena Church in Clayton and Nativity Church in

Franklinville ...

From the Pastor's Desk:

A Few Words about Funerals

August 5, 2018

     Catholic parishes generally have their fair number of funerals each year. Priests are acutely aware of our need to help comfort families and to provide the necessary spiritual guidance at this most difficult time ...

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