Parish Articles

Day: June 22, 2022

Fatherhood: A Catholic Actor’s Journey

Jun 16, 2022  by  Kate O’Hare In 2015, upstate New York native Alex Dee came to Los Angeles seeking, like many before and after him, work as an actor. But not just any work. As a serious Catholic, there were things Dee would do, and things he wouldn’t. That made

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Our New Pastor

Fr. Brian Frain, SJAssistant Professor of EducationCollege of Arts and SciencesVan Ackeren 313 Additional Positions  Director, Thomas More Center for Catholic Thought and Culture Degrees  Ed.D. Education, University of RochesterOther Sacred Theology, Weston Jesuit School of TheologyM.A. Divinity, Weston Jesuit School of TheologyM.A. Philosophy, Fordham UniversityM.S. Education, Saint Joseph’s UniversityB.A.

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Bad Excuses (Luke 9:51-62)

by Fr. John Bartunek, LC “You who have been present at this bloody tragedy, learn that all torments seem as nothing to one who has an everlasting crown before his eyes. Your gods are not gods; renounce their worship. He alone for whom I suffer and die is the true

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The Fourth Sunday of Easter

This coming week’s Gospel antiphon is “I know my sheep, and mine know me.” Jesus’ voice calls us to follow him as a shepherd not only because of his voice but because of his dedication and willingness to die for us. Some sheep are near to the shepherd. Others roam

Third Sunday of Easter

Next Weekend’s Gospel Reflection (Third Sunday of Easter) will be Luke 24:35-48 where Jesus Appears to the Disciples. Here’s a nice reflection on that passage! Click here to view this weeks’ Parish: ‘The Thought’

The Fourth Sunday of Easter

This coming week’s Gospel antiphon is “I know my sheep, and mine know me.” Jesus’ voice calls us to follow him as a shepherd not only because of his voice but because of his dedication and willingness to die for us. Some sheep are near to the shepherd. Others roam

Third Sunday of Easter

Next Weekend’s Gospel Reflection (Third Sunday of Easter) will be Luke 24:35-48 where Jesus Appears to the Disciples. Here’s a nice reflection on that passage! Click here to view this weeks’ Parish: ‘The Thought’

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