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Are you an adult who somehow missed the Sacrament of Confirmation. Was your first Holy Communion your last Catholic development? Contact Joan'e D'Haene or Debbie Minton for details. Joan'e can be reached at 969-3291 ext *33 or Debbie can be reached at 969-3332 ext 114 or at the email below.

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Saturday 4PM
Sunday 10AM

Tuesday 8AM
Thursday 8AM

Daily & Holy Days
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Confession (Sacrament of Reconciliation)
Saturday 3:30

Fr Bell's Homily for 9-15-2013

24TH SUN -2013
In the popular Third Serving of Chicken Soup for the Soul, Alan Cohen tells the story of a man who lived in a small town in Spain. He had a bitter argument with his son, Paco. The next morning, the father discovered Paco's bed empty; the previous night's episode upset him so much, he left home. Overcome with sorrow, the father searched his soul and realized that his son was more important to him than anything else. He wanted to restore the relationship. He had a large sign made and posted in the town square. "Paco, come home! I love you. Meet me here tomorrow morning. The next morning the father went to the sign in the center of town. To his surprise, he found not one but seven young boys, named Paco, who had run away from home. They were all answering the call for love (each) hoping the sign was his fathers, inviting him home with open arms

Today's Scriptures take us to the "lost and found" department. The motif is God's mercy. We have three parables: a lost sheep, a lost coin, and a lost son, or two. Now, how crazy this seems; leave ninety-nine for one, waste oil to light a lamp and spend a whole day looking for a penny, throwing a pizza party for a wayward, renegade son? God's love for us, each one of us, no matter what we're done, is free, spontaneous, constant, personal, life-giving. God's forgiveness is un-conditional, no strings attached. It's been said that mercy is the stuff one gives to people that don't deserve it. God's is prodigious, excessive, over-flowing, abundance. That brings us to ourselves. We are to reflect on God's mercy. God's mercy prevails even over our repeated sinful habits. And. His is a joyful mercy: celebration, party, fiesta time. Our little stories today tell us of God's openness to sinners. Some of those who consider themselves faithful. We can be in a place we don't belong. We can wander off, become accidentally lost or deliberately go away, perhaps in a condition of which we're ashamed or not gone away physically but, our heart is far from the father. Persons can live a life of bitterness and resentment or a refusal to forgive. After all, as the poet Alexander Pope said: : "To err is human, to forgive is divine." With God's help it can be done. Yet. As author Timothy Keller in the Prodigal God has said, “Forgiveness is never easy, perhaps we can consider the good in other. When angry we can recite a litany of positive virtues or consider the dignity of the one who hurt us, re-calling that she/he is a child of God. Or, we could claim our own goodness, and lake the high road. Can I be filled with mercy and forgiveness when those who have lost their way, physically, emotionally, Of spiritually, attempt to come near? As we delve into the lost and found department of our own lives, may we rejoice in God's unfathomable mercy. Today, God is pictured as defying conventional prudence for the sake of mercy. In a sense there's a large sign posted here at the altar: Come to me. I love you. Meet me here, at this altar.






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Pastor Fr Joe Rankin
Retired in residence Fr Jerry Bell
Deacon Ken Mitchell
Parish Council Marla Dunn
DRE Debbie Minton
Pastoral Associate Joan'e D'Haene
Business Manager Roger Costello
Finance Council Karen Johnson
Secretary Traci Ware


Rev. Vincent J. Manger 1964 - 1982
Rev. John W. Birk 1982 - 1993
Rev. Richard P. Berding 1993- 2005
Rev. Thomas A. Hommrich 2005 -2007
Rev. Joseph M. Rankin 2007 -


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