….about John Henry Newman.
Jesus used to be hidden away. We’re happy that He’s back where all the architecture points to Him. More will be done, but this is a good start for the brand new pastor.
The parking lot at St. Joseph’s Basilica is getting a bit of an upgrade. When that was announced at mass this past weekend, it certainly caught people’s attention. Anything having to do with parking is always sure to arouse interest. We never seem to have enough parking space, whether at our churches or in the city generally. We rely to a great extent upon our vehicles, and we need places to park them.
The Apostle Paul, the greatest missionary in the Church’s history, helps us to make this “synod”, this “journey together”. His words to Timothy seem addressed to us, as pastors in the service of God’s People.
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On this feast day I’m on retreat with the bishop and priests of the diocese this week. So far, a long talk with Fr Gordon, bacon for breakfast, prayer and conference. Our retreat master said that rationalization, speculation, and relativism … Continue reading →
On Sunday morning we had record numbers in our tiny parish. Did anyone say: “solution to the crisis of faith.”