First Reading: Joshua 5:9a; 10-12 They celebrated the Passover. Reflection Question: When I have appealed to God to save me from whatever difficulty or challenges I had, and God did, did I thank God? Second Reading: 2 Corinthians 5:17-21 God has reconciled us to himself through Christ. Reflection Questions: Do I trust God’s forgiveness? Do…

By Fr. David Foxen, MSC (Our Lady of Solitude Church-Palm Springs, CA)   Palm Springs is used to welcoming visitors from all parts of the world. It is one of the exciting things about living here. This coming week we are getting ready to welcome Cardinal John Ribat, MSC. He is coming to visit our…

On Saturday, March 23 the Parish of Holy Family in Nazareth, Pennsylvania welcomed Cardinal John Ribat, MSC. Joining him in the celebration of Mass were the Bishop of Allentown, the Most Reverend Alfred Schlert and the MSC Provincial of the USA Province, Fr. Richard Kennedy, MSC.Enter your text here...

Bp. Reverend Alfred Schlert and Cardinal John Ribat, MSC

Bp. Reverend Alfred Schlert and Cardinal John Ribat, MSC

Fr. Richard Kennedy, MSC, Bp. Alfred Schlert and Cardinal John Ribat, MSC

First Reading: Exodus 3:1-8a; 13-15 “I am who am.” I am because God is. Reflection Questions: Am I aware of the fact that I have always existed in God and that I always will? The sacred name of God in Hebrew sounds like a breath in (yah) and a breath out (weh). God breathed life…

By Fr. Simione Volavola, MSC (St. John the Baptist Parish-Ottosville, PA) Dear brothers and sisters, “After the voice had spoken, Jesus was found alone.” (Luke 9:36) This Sunday, we are given a glimpse of heaven, our destination, our home. With Peter, James and John, we are led up to the high mountain of transfiguration. We…

First Reading: Genesis 15:5-12; 17-18 Abraham put his faith in the Lord… how am I to know? It seems like Abraham believed but wanted a sign. Reflection Questions: Are there time when I ask for signs from God to believe? Do I manipulate my own signs? In other words, do I see what I want…

By Fr. Frank J. Timar, MSC (Sacred Heart Villa-Center Valley, PA) Many people wonder whether there will ever be healing for the wounds we suffer? Jesus offers us a way, but it is far from easy. “Be merciful,” He tells us, “as your heavenly Father is merciful.” Jesus asks us to love our enemies and…

First Reading: Deuteronomy 26:4-10 This Lent begins with thanksgiving. The Hebrew people bring the first fruits of their produce to give thanks to God, who brought them out of the slavery of Egypt and into the promised land. Reflection Question: As I begin Lent, do I begin with thanksgiving for the Lord who has freed…

By Fr. John Kavcak, MSC (St. Therese Parish-Palm Springs, CA) Dr. Seuss birthday in preschool!

By Fr. David Foxen, MSC (Our Lady of Solitude-Palm Springs, CA) Healing and freeing from evil are two principal aspects of Christ’s mission as he began to proclaim the Kingdom of God. These are no less important today. All of us sooner or later become aware of sin, feeling separated from God and those we…

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