In today’s reading from Acts a diverse group of people is gathered at Pentecost. Even though they certainly did not have a uniformity of beliefs or traditions, they were united as one by the same spirit. Our parish is blessed with a similar diversity, and when we unite our gifts toget
“Can you ever forgive me?” Few of us ever say those words—or get to hear them from someone else. Have you ever really asked for someone’s forgiveness? I don’t mean, “Oh, forgive me, I didn’t mean to drop the door on you.” I mean the kind of heart-wrenching moment when we realize, “I d
On Sunday, May 26th at 1:00 p.m., weather permitting, we will be celebrating Mass at the cemetery to bless our new Columbaria. Please bring your lawnchair. If the weather is inclement, the Mass will be held in the Church at 1:00 p.m.
There are a few graves with fiberglass covers that are sinking and cracking and need to be removed. We would like to contact the families to discuss the matter with them, but we have no contact information. Listed below are the names that appear on the gravestones in question. Do y
As follow up to the announcement concerning Fr. Barry’s sabbatical, it will begin in early August and end in early December. Fr. Barry will continue to be pastor of St. Vital, even while on sabbatical. Fr. Barry will be back in the parish, renewed and refreshed in time for the Christ