More than Fun in the Sun: Creating a Family Culture Summertime offers an excellent opportunity for families to connect. Meaningful and memorable family activities are not just clever ways to entertain your children — they are opportunities to create a positive, collaborative, and joyful family culture. Set aside time for a family brainstorming session, and […]
“So I’d like to see a show of hands from the congregation, who wants to go to heaven? Good. Good answer. Show of hands, who wants to go today? Okay kind of what I thought. Fantastic. I bring this up because a friend of mine sent me a survey from ABC News about Americans and […]
Fr. Tom Tank’s Homily April 7, 2019 “The scripture readings that we have on this fifth Sunday of Lent are ones that invite us to a time of reflection and meditation and personal prayer. That reading of St. Paul from the letter the Philippians today is such a piece of deep theology as Paul reflects […]
Please join us as we journey towards Easter! Holy Thursday 7:00 PM: Holy Thursday Mass Reflects The Last Supper that Jesus shared with his Apostles when he instituted the Eucharist They were celebrating the Jewish Feast of Passover 12 members of the parish will have their feet washed as the 12 apostles did Good Friday […]
“We’re all familiar with this beautiful Gospel so richly packed. We all know it as the story of the prodigal son but perhaps it should be called the story of the two sons and the loving father. Jesus tells us this story in the context of him sitting down among tax collector and other sinners. […]
“Well we’re all very familiar with that long parable called the Parable of the Prodigal Son. We’re familiar with that dynamic that took place there as Jesus was confronted by the Scribes and the Pharisees that were scandalized that he was eating and associating with sinners, with tax collectors, with public violators of the law […]
Sister of Mercy, Jeanne Christensen, offered a presentation on this crucial topic. She serves as the Justice Advocate against Human Trafficking for the Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Community. The session included time for questions and discussion. Detective Derrick Wilczek from the Overland Park Police Department was also available to speak and answer questions on […]
ow is God inviting you to conform to His plan for your marriage and family? Are parts of His calling difficult or even painful at times? How are you being invited to say “yes” to God’s will in all circumstances?
Can you imagine loving others as Jesus did? Knowing that his apostles will break his heart, disappoint him, leave him alone to suffer, and deny their love for him in front of others – yet Jesus loves them enough to give himself.
by William O’Leary Advent isn’t just about celebrating Jesus’s Birthday and his coming 2,000 years ago but it’s also about him coming again to judge the living and the dead. It’s a time to help us spiritually prepare for that. It’s never too early with your kids to focus on this. Also, Advent is about […]