Good Friday 3.29.24

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 4/06/24

It’s Friday, but Sunday’s coming!

It’s Friday. Mary’s crying. Peter’s denying. But Sunday is coming.

It’s Friday. The leaders are chiding. The disciples are hiding. But Sunday’scoming.It’s Friday. The soldiers are beating. Jesus is bleeding. But Sunday’s coming.

It’s Friday. Jesus is walking, stumbling, falling. The crowd is gawking,grumbling, ... Read More »

Fourth Sunday of Lent 3.10.24

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 3/13/24

Lord, I want to see!

Most of us here have probably never been blind – at least not in the physical sense.  However, we may have had an experience or two that can help us imagine what it would be like to be blind.  Maybe we’ve had eye surgery ... Read More »

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 1.14.24

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 2/06/24

Ordinary Time – The Work of Christmas


The Work of Christmas

When the song of the angels is stilled,

When the star in the sky is gone,

When the kings and princes are home,

When the shepherds are back with their flock,

The work of Christmas begins:

To ... Read More »

Fourth Sunday In Ordinary Time 1.28.24

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 1/29/24

In today’s 1st reading we learn about prophets. Prophecy is one of the ways God communicates with his people. He has been doing this all through-out the ages. In the book of Deuteronomy, the people are warned that when they enter the land God provided for them they should not learn the unjust ways of the ... Read More »

The Epiphany of The Lord

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 1/08/24

Our 1st reading is taken from the book of the Prophet Isaiah who cries out Rise up in splendor Jerusalem Your light has come the glory of the Lord shines upon you. Today we celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany which means manifestation or an illuminating discovery of something extraordinary. The Magi believe they made an illuminating discovery when they located a ... Read More »

Christmas 2023

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 12/31/23

On behalf of Deacon Tony and the parish staff I wish everyone a very Blessed Christmas.

Christmas is a time of peace and love and joy and it’s also a time to remind ourselves to always be faithful to one another. How often have you told someone you promise you would ... Read More »

Fourth Sunday of Advent 12.24.23

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 12/31/23

She said “Yes”

Today, on the fourth Sunday of Advent, we hear about two key people in God’s plan of salvation -- David and Mary. From each of their lives are lessons for us.

David was at the top of his game. Israel’s enemies had been subdued. Peace reigned ... Read More »

Second Sunday of Advent 12.10.23

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 12/13/23

Come Jesus Come

It is the second Sunday of Advent.  We light the “Peace Candle”

Yet this week, there were two more mass shootings in Texas and another at the University of Las Vegas.


Come Jesus Come – Stephen McWhirter

Sometimes I fall – to my knees and pray

Come Jesus come – Let today be the ... Read More »

Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time 11.19.23

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 11/27/23

Well done, my good and faithful servant!

Come and share your master’s joy.

These are the words that we want to hear from our God when this life is over.

As we get to the end of another church year, our readings focus on the end times.

Now I ... Read More »

Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time 10.8.23

Posted by Kevin Revolinski on 10/13/23

How’s your Vineyard?

How’s your vineyard?  You look puzzled!  We’ll come back to that question.

The readings today involve two vineyards – There is a poem about one and a parable about another. 

First, the poem:  In the second half of the 8th century BC, the northern kingdom fell ... Read More »


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