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Ordinary Time

March 23rd 2019

In our Liturgical Calendar, the time between Christmas and Lent and the time between Pentecost and Advent is called Ordinary Time. It refers to the two periods in our liturgical year which fall outside the seasons of the two great feasts of the Church. In a sense it’s a period   ▸


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Why Remain Active In The Church?

March 23rd 2019

Recently I attempted to offer a few thoughts in this Bulletin on why Church attendance appears to be dropping off and requested feedback in hopes that it might initiate some discussion on the topic. Well, it appears that the topic was not as deserving of discussion as I felt and   ▸


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Benedictine Spirituality

March 23rd 2019

The world that St. Benedict was born into was a world that shares some parallels with our own world of today.. It was late in the fifth century, after the fall of Rome. Barbarian hordes had begun to dismantle the Roman Empire and with no one to fill the vacuum,   ▸


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Lectors Required

March 23rd 2019

Please consider becoming a Lector. Many people are uncertain of the proper pronunciation of many words in the readings. If you don’t know how to pronounce some biblical names or places one approach is to use an online pronunciation guide. Guides such as The Bible Workshop allows you to find the word alphabetically.   ▸


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