Monthly Archives: February 2015

Father John Kudrick – “Journey Through the Great Fast”

We must consider almsgiving as an opportunity to share the hardships of others and to share with them our resources. Self-sacrifice is not a punishment for success: it is God’s way of helping us to realize our interdependence with others. … Continue reading

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It’s not what goes in your mouth – it’s what comes out of your mouth!

Reflection from a parishioner As a child, growing up in the 60’s and 70’s… our focus during Great Lent was always on meals that did not include meat or dairy products. What could you cook that did not include either … Continue reading

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Giving to the Needy

Matthew 6:1-4 6 “Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others to be seen by them. If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven. 2 “So when you give to the needy, do not announce … Continue reading

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Reflection from the Sunday before Great Lent

Next Sunday’s Gospel reflects on Forgiveness and our preparation for Great Lent. God tells us that we must forgive men for their trespasses, if we expect our Heavenly Father to forgive us for our trespasses. Jesus also reflects upon our … Continue reading

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The Spirituality of Stewardship

  Archimandrite Justin Popovic For to be a member of the Church means to become incarnated with the God-man, to share His body, to become an organic part of His divine-human body. In other words, to become divine-human in the … Continue reading

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The Last Judgment – prepare and be ready!

Next Sunday is known as Meatfare Sunday, also referred to as the Sunday of the Last Judgment. The Gospel reading  provides us with many examples where Christ has illustrated that when our brothers and sisters are in need and we fail … Continue reading

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