By Fr. Joe Tobias, MSCJesus utters such truly comforting words in today’s Gospel, “If you remain in my word, you will truly be my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” John 8:31. Freedom is treasured by everyone-but what does freedom mean, and are we ready to face…

By Fr. Joe Tobias, MSCHow is your Lent going?It is now about three-quarters of the way through Lent and it is a good time to reflect on our relationship with God. Are we lifting the Lord up above all other things in our lives, through prayer, fasting and almsgiving? If we are slacking, we need…

By Fr. Richard Kennedy, MSCThanks to the four Gospel writers, we are able to visualize Jesus healing sick people and comforting people who were troubled. We hear some of the words of Jesus as He brought the Good News of Salvation to his listeners. If we want to begin to understand the person of Jesus,…

By Fr. Bernie Jakubco, MSCFrom Ashes to LifeIf Lent is a “beautiful season,” it is up to us to make it so.There is nothing beautiful about ashes. Ashes are what are left over after the good part has been burned up. It is a stark symbol. Ashes are very basic, and they brings us back…

By Fr. Richard Kennedy, MSCAs Church yesterday we honored St. Joseph for his role in God’s plan of redemption. Today let us take note that this is designated as the first day of Spring.Regardless of where we are or what the weather is like today, we can still smile because “officially” the winter is over…

By Fr. Mike Camilli, MSCSt. Joseph, DreamerIn 1854, Father Jules Chevalier, MSC, had a wonderful dream of founding a religious family dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. His dream was not a small one but one that was very powerful: that the Sacred Heart of Jesus would be loved by all people, for all…

By Fr. Vince Freeh, MSCIn today’s reading from John’s Gospel, Jesus continues to take the Jewish leaders to task for their refusal to accept him as “the one sent by God.” He refers “to another who testifies on my behalf, and I know that the testimony he gives on my behalf is true.” He first reminds…

By Fr. Vince Freeh, MSC  All four Gospels have stories about Jesus working cures on the sabbath. In every instance his act of mercy arouses the wrath of the leaders of the Jews and draws down their condemnation: “It was because Jesus did things such as this on the sabbath that they began to persecute…

By Fr. Pierre Aubin, MSC We owe nothing to anyone except to love one another, for the one who loves another has fulfilled the law (St. Paul)Soon we will be seeing geese flying north in V formation. Did you ever ask yourself why in V formation? Recently I came across the explanation why they do. You probably…

By Fr. Pierre Aubin, MSCLight – SaltOften Jesus tells us: “I am the bread of life,” “I am the light of the world.”But he also tells us: “YOU are the light of the world”. “YOU are the salt of the earth”.He invites us to be like him. Only Jesus is the salt of the earth….

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