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3rd Sunday in Advent

By St. Pius X | News

In today’s gospel, John the Baptist declares that he is not the Saviour.  His task is to prepare the way for the Saviour, who is already among the people, though they do not recognize him.  Following last Sunday’s lead, John summons all to faith in Jesus Christ.  For John, his lifestyle, as well as his […]

Mass Schedule for Christmas and New Years’

Mass Schedule for Christmas and New Years’

By St. Pius X | News

Fourth Sunday of Advent: Saturday, December 23rd at 4:00pm and Sunday, December 24th at 8:30am (NOTE – there will be no 10:30am Mass on Sunday, December 24th) Nativity of the Lord:  Sunday, December 24th – 4:00 pm, 7:00 pm, & 10:00 pm Monday, December 25th  – 10:30 am Feast of the Holy Family – Saturday, […]

2nd Sunday in Advent

By St. Pius X | News

In today’s liturgy we hear again the lonely voice of John the Baptist calling us to prepare a way for the Lord…to make a straight highway for our God.  This involves finding time in our busy lives and space in our busy hearts, for the Lord. The highway to be made is our way of […]

1st Sunday in Advent

By St. Pius X | News

The season of Advent prepares us for Christmas.  In order to understand the message of Christmas we have to start at the beginning – with the history of salvation.  The Advent liturgy relives in a microcosmic way the history of Israel, viewing it through the eyes of Christian faith.  It shows that all of that […]

The Feast of Christ the King

By St. Pius X | News

  Today, we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King.  The faithful gain strength and courage from the celebration of this feast, as we are reminded that Christ must reign in our hearts, minds, wills and bodies.  Although Emperors and Kings now exist mostly in history books, we still honor Christ as the King of […]

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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There are two kinds of people in our churches today: risk-takers and care-takers.  The problem with care-takers is that they might show up at the gate of heaven with little to show for the lives they have lived.  Jesus warns us against our care-taker’s attitude in today’s Gospel parable.  All life is a risk.  People […]

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Today’s readings hinge on the theme of “seeking or waiting for God with confident expectation,” and it is Wisdom, that really sets the tone.  The author of the Book of Wisdom exhorts his Jewish audience to seek wisdom because the proper end of all learning is moral living.  But the road to wisdom in the […]

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time

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In the gospel today, Jesus had some harsh criticism to make to the Scribes and Pharisees.  He called them hypocrites, because they didn’t practice what they preached.  This message was also addressed to the crowds and to the disciples.  The people clearly knew the oppression of the corrupt leadership.  The disciples needed to learn the […]

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Love God, and love your neighbour. These are the two commandments which Jesus called the foundation of the His disciple’s lives. We fulfill this directive by loving God, and demonstrating that love by loving our neighbour. But who are our neighbour’s? Our neighbour comes in so many remarkable varieties, ranging from delightful to irritating to […]

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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We can look at today’s gospel from many angles.  One of them could be images – how they affect our lives.  We are bombarded with images on TV, our computers, actually on any of our communication devices – everywhere our heroes assault our eyes.  Ultimately the question is:  where do we find God’s image in […]