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  • Exciting news!!  We have purchased a parish subscription to FORMED.org, a website account that provides books, movies, information on sacramental preparation, youth materials, bible studies, small group materials, and MORE!!

    Check it out here - and please call the parish office to get the access code.

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  • Breaking Open the Word [Psalm 27]
    The Lord is my light and my salvation
    3rd Sunday Ordinary Time, 2017
     
    Psalm 27 is a profession of faith, a prayer for help both combined into an act of trust in God! The central message of the psalm is that ‘God will not disappoint the one who trusts in him’. Psalmist reflects on the many threats that surround life, physical and spiritual dangers, violence and persecution. God is God of life; one who trusts in God is on the side of life. Psalmist declares: ‘God is my light’. Light is the source of life; life cannot grow or flourish without light. Salvation is an outpouring of God’s light for his unique creation, humankind. Psalm acknowledges that afflictions are part of life’s
    journey in this world. Faith gives meaning and direction to life; faith serves as a spiritual
    armor to defend life from plunging into despair!
     
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