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A Note from Fr. Derek

It is hard to believe that we have returned to the celebration of public Masses. I must confess, I did not think this would come this early in the re-opening process.  I would remind you all that Cardinal Sean has

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A Note from Fr. Derek

The Fourth Sunday of Easter is typically called “Good Shepherd Sunday” as the Gospel passage comes from different parts of the sixth chapter of John’s Gospel in which Jesus distinguishes himself as the “Good Shepherd” as opposed to the “bad

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A Note from Fr. Derek

Celebrating Easter without being able to go to Mass. This seems such a strange thing. Today’s feast is so central to our faith that it seems so odd for us to be   separated. It is our faith that unites us,

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From the Music Ministry

Although we are not together, the music remains! As we continue on our journey through Lent, you can bring Lenten music to your day in any number of ways. You can sing along with televised or live streamed Masses, you

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A Note from Fr. Derek

There is a lot in the news these days regarding the novel coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak and attempts to keep it from spreading. As I write this it seems all of Italy has been put under travel restrictions and there is

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Stewardship: A Way of Life 

Sharing:  Time  Talent  Treasure GRATITUDE If there is one emotion that we should all feel this Lent despite all that seems to be imploding around us, it is gratitude. How much more blessed can one be when one has a

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Stewardship: A Way of Life 

Sharing:  Time  Talent  Treasure TUNE OUT AND TUNE IN These are very unsettling times in which we live. Our national past time, baseball, has been accused of cheating. A pandemic appears to be  moving across the world infecting those in

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