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Weekly Update April 22-26

Christ is risen! The disciples saw His wrappings in the tomb and believed in Him. God, our heavenly Father, gives us the greatest gift of all — salvation through His Son, Jesus. In the second reading on Easter Sunday, St. Paul reminds the Colossians that they have been raised with Christ, exhorting them to “think

Weekly Update April 15 – 19

With the celebration of Palm Sunday, we enter into the most sacred time of our liturgical calendar. For three full days, from Holy Thursday evening to Easter Sunday night, the Church celebrates the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ. On Holy Thursday, we celebrate the institution of the sacraments of the Eucharist and the Priesthood. On

Weekly Update: April 8-12

In today’s Gospel, Jesus shows great mercy and compassion to the woman accused of adultery. As followers of Christ, do we, too, practice mercy and compassion in our lives? As we prepare to celebrate the resurrection of Christ at Easter on April 21st, Holy Rosary Parish will host a Lenten Evening of Reflection at Jean

Weekly Memo March 25 – March 29

In the first reading this third Sunday of Lent, Moses encounters God on the mountain, and answers His call to rescue the Israelites enslaved in Egypt. A question for us to ponder this week, is how do we, as Christian stewards, respond to God’s call to serve Him? Congratulations: Congratulations to Sam J. who represented

Weekly Memo March 18-22

  We continue in the season of Lent, preparing through prayer, almsgiving, and fasting for the resurrection of our Lord on Easter. On Sunday March 17th, the Gospel was about the transfiguration of Christ. This mystery in the life of Christ is so important that we read this gospel two times a year: on the

Weekly Update March 4 – March 8

This week we begin the Season of Lent. The 40 days of Lent, which precedes Easter is based on two Biblical accounts: the 40 years of wilderness wandering by the Israelites and our Lord’s 40 days in the wilderness at which point He was tempted by Satan. Each year the Church observes Lent where we, like

Weekly Update: February 25- March 1

Congratulations:  Congratulations to Nicholas Z., Bridget S., Sofia B., Breanna A., and Sam J. who competed in the SAOP English Public Speaking Competition. You all did a great job!! Good luck to Sam who will represent St. Anthony of Padua at the regional competition at St. Scholastica on March 20th. Welcome: We wish a warm

Weekly Update: February 18th – February 22

In today’s psalm, the psalmist says: Happy is the one who chooses to follow the way of the Lord. He will bear much fruit. Jesus may have had this psalm in mind when he said: “A tree is known by its fruits”(Mt 12:33). On the other hand, there are those who choose to ignore God’s

Weekly Update: February 11 – 15

This week’s Gospel Luke 5: 1-11, speaks of Jesus’ miracle of bringing a bounty of fish for the fishermen on Lake Genneresat. This incident tells us an important truth about how God works in and through each of us for his glory. God expects of us greater things than we can do by ourselves. When

Weekly Update: Feb. 4 – Feb 8

Black History Month I dream a world where man No other man will scorn, Where love will bless the earth And peace its paths adorn I dream a world where all Will know sweet freedom’s way, Where greed no longer saps the soul Nor avarice blights our day. A world I dream where black or