Announcements: The Church office will be closed December 25th – January 5th. Hagiographies: December 25: The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ On this day we remember the most momentous and miraculous event in the history of the cosmos: God, who created the world and all that is in it, became a man. He did […]
Announcements: October 31, 2015. Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday morning. Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour this Saturday night. November 1, 2015: This Sunday is a “first Sunday.” It also happens to be the feast of All Saints. There will be champagne and brunch in the parish hall after the mass. Its a […]
Announcements: We will be hosting the Society of Mary tomorrow, October 3. Confessions at 10:30, Mass is at 11:00, followed by Rosary, a potluck luncheon, and a talk on Faith in God. This Sunday, October 4th, the 25th annual LifeWalk will be held in the surrounding neighborhoods. Street will be blocked off between 11 am to 3pm. A map of […]
Announcements: Sunday, September 20th: Please welcome our guest preacher, The Rev’d Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff. Hagiographies: September 19: Theodore of Tarsus Born in Tarsus, in what is now eastern Turkey, in the year 602, Theodore was a learned, Greek-speaking Christian. In 637, when he was about 35 years old, Muslims arrived from Arabia and conquered Tarsus, making […]
Announcements Sunday, May 1oth: Our Scripture study will resume next week with a consideration of the beginning of the Christian life, or what it means to become a Christian. We will meet at 9:30 in the parish hall. Tuesday, May 5th and Friday, May 8th: There will be no masses Tuesday or Friday next week. […]
Found typed on a card in an old st. augustine’s prayer book in the sacristy at holy cross… God forgives you with the generosity of his nature, but your back is turned to him. You have been told that he forgives you, but you will not turn and have the forgiveness, even though you feel […]
Today is the feast of St. Agnes, one of the saints mentioned at the end of the canon of the mass. Read more about her here: New Liturgical Movement: Prudentius on the Passion of St. Agnes.
IDLE SPECULATIONS: The Martyrdom of Pope Saint Fabian.