Sr. Phyllis Jaszkowiak
January 21, 2018
Today’s first and third readings give us two calls and two very different responses.
The first reading is the last half of Jonah’s story. The first half tells of his running away from God’s call to preach to Nineveh – his enemy. Through a storm at sea, being thrown overboard, swallowed by a big fish and being spat out on the shore of Nineveh, God calls again. So as today’s reading says, Jonah reluctantly starts to preach.
Fr. Elwin Schwab
January 14, 2018
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Feast of the Epiphany
January 7, 2017
Christmas is for Everyone
Because of the ice and snow, there was a grand total of sixteen of us who made it to the Christmas Eve late mass, the majority of whom were visitors. We had a lovely, quiet worship experience in the chapel, and it ended with an impromptu singing of Silent Night. It was a special, intimate night.
Sr Phyllis Jaszkowiak
January 1, 2018
Today we celebrate Mary, Mother of God, and the World Day of Peace. I wonder sometimes, how could Mary be peaceful going through all she did? How did she cope without letting anger, sorrow, or depression get the best of her?