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Holy Week schedule

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Holy Thursday (April 2) Masses at 5:30pm and 7:00pm Good Friday services at 2:00pm and 4:00pm. Easter Vigil Mass at 8:30pm on Saturday, April 4th. Note: there will be no 4:00pm Saturday Mass this week. Easter Sunday Masses at 8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am.

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Palm Sunday

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Palm Sunday is the beginning of Holy Week and is a day of glory and impending tragedy. Holy Week is the most sacred time of the church year. It highlights the peak moments of Christ’s love for us, gives us an opportunity to look at our lives and accept responsibility for our sins. The passion […]

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5th Sunday in Lent

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All the readings today point in their different ways towards the passion and death of Christ. For Christ, His moment of greatest influence will be when he is lifted up on the cross with arms outstretched to embrace all the world. Christ on the cross shows us the depth of evil of which we humans […]

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4th Sunday in Lent

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The most deeply moving truth that the church preaches is that we are forever loved by God. Christianity rests on the firm conviction that God’s love reaches down into our sick, bruised and hurt world in the person of Jesus. For every faithful heart this is the very essence of the Gospel story. God loves […]

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3rd Sunday in Lent

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Living in an age of freedom with laws thrown to the wind and people deciding for themselves what is right and wrong, we may well ask what has happened to the Ten Commandments. For the Jewish people, obeying the commandments in daily living was not considered as doing what was right, but was seen as […]

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2nd Sunday in Lent

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The gospel story is about the transfiguration which was an amazing event in the Lord’s life. The apostles were completely overcome when given a glimpse of Christ in all his glory and when it was revealed to them who their master was. It was a blessed happening to sustain them in the darkness of Gethsemane, […]

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First Sunday of Lent

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There is no doubt about it, Lent strikes a chord and touches something deep down in all our hearts, as it presents us with the challenge to reject sin and to be faithful to the God of love. Fasting, prayer and alms-giving have been traditionally the central elements of Lent for the Christian. They are […]

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Statement by CCCB President on Supreme Court judgment and physician-assisted suicide

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Catholics are called by their faith to assist all those in need, particularly the poor, the suffering and the dying. Comforting the dying and accompanying them in love and solidarity has been considered by the Church since its beginning a principal expression of Christian mercy. Helping someone commit suicide, however, is neither an act of […]

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Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time

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The gospel today shows us how Christ was moved to compassion when he met the leper. He was not afraid to reach out and touch the infected man. This is only one of many personal encounters between Jesus and those who were sick, where his compassion is so evident. It says something profound about the […]

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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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We would have to be living the life of a hermit to close our eyes to the pain and misery of life about us. Our hearts would be of stone not to be moved by the breakup of a friend’s marriage or a neighbor’s child who is seriously ill, things that are the common lot […]

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