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ONLINE GIVING: Coming in November

The following is from our Associate Pastor, Fr. Bill Crowe:

Jesus our Divine Mercy loved us so much, that he freely chose to bear the wounds of sin and all of the effects of sin upon his shoulders. He buried sin and all of the effects of sin, including death, in the tomb; and when he was raised from the dead, all that was left was peace and joy
with Eternal Life. Jesus wants us to know him in a real and intimate way. The first step in knowing Jesus is repenting of our sins. Forgiveness of sins opens a path where Love that is God can flow into us and flow out of us. It is God’s will that human beings are forgiven of their sins. God speaks to us through the prophet Ezekiel when he says: “I want no human being to die from their sins.” On our part we must humble ourselves and admit to God that we have sinned. Jesus wants us to show mercy to others as well. Jesus tells us the love of God is to take care of others, especially those who can’t take care of themselves. There is no room for self-righteousness or putting ourselves above others in God’s love. Divine Mercy will open the eyes of our heart so we can see each person as the precious child of God that they are. Divine Mercy will allow us to see ourselves as the precious child of God that we are as well. Let us seek Jesus our Divine Mercy, so we can experience forgiveness of sin, and help each other discover that we are and experience being the precious child of God that we are. Let us take the first step towards Eternal Life by seeking forgiveness of our sins, so we can know more and more the Love that is God; and we can live our lives, guided by the spirit of love looking forward to the Eternal Life promised us by Jesus our Divine Mercy, the first fruit of the Resurrection.



Find a mass when you are away:


Coming up
@ St. B's


Adult Faith Enrichment

Catholic-Jewish Women Conference

Bible Study Groups

Food Gathering:
November 19-20

Please bring your non-perishable items to benefit the Guadalupe Center food pantry.

 Parish Forms


         Minute Meditations: A Quiet Spot in Your Busy Day!                             American Catholic Saint of the Day          


Prayer For Priestly Vocations
Prayed at the Ordination of
Fr. Eben McDonald and Fr. Nabor Rios
on June 3, 2012

Father, in every generation you provide ministers of Christ and the Church. We come before you now, asking that you call forth more men to serve our Archdiocese in the ministerial priesthood.
Give us priests who will lead and guide your holy people gathered by Word and Sacrament. Bless us with priestly vocations so that we can continue to be a truly Eucharistic Church, strengthened in our discipleship of Jesus Christ, your Only Son.
Raise up, we pray, men who are generous in their service, willing to offer their lives and all their gifts for your greater glory and for the good of your people.
We make our prayer in the presence and power of the Holy Spirit, through Christ, Our Lord.



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