Arranging Flowers for the Easter Season

March 23, 2013

Liturgically, the Easter season is celebrated for seven weeks until the Feast of Pentecost. Keeping the church filled with fresh flowers and looking like Easter is a big task and we would like some help. If you have some experience with arranging fresh flowers, please consider lending a hand. The weekly arrangements are usually done…

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The Value Of Belonging

April 21, 2012

Dear Parishioners, I don’t know about you, but I am still floating! Our parish’s celebrations of the Sacred Triduum – Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil – as well as the Masses on Easter Sunday, have left me in awe…they were beautifully celebrated and received. The details were attended to, the congregation was…

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The Great Vigil of Easter

March 31, 2012

Dear Parishioners, A few years ago, there was a play that had a brief run on Broadway called, “Jackie: An American Life”, a two-hour telling of the life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. You remember how Jackie was famous for protecting her privacy in an otherwise very public life. No surprise then, at the end of…

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Schedule of Liturgy during the Easter Triduum

March 28, 2012

During the Easter Triduum, we remember and celebrate the great events that gave us salvation in Christ. These hours are a deeply prayerful time for our parish—both privately as individuals and together as a community. This year, we are honored that two of the most renowned and inspiring liturgical composer/musicians will be praying with us:…

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Church Decorating Meeting on March 22nd

March 6, 2012

Ever notice how beautiful the church looks during the weeks of the Easter season? Maintaining an atmosphere that enhances the celebration of the Resurrection is a big job. It requires time, attention, and many ideas. We are looking to expand this committee. All those interested (first-timers and veterans) are invited to a meeting at the rectory…

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