With each passing week as the days get shorter and the nights get longer and colder, the Advent Wreath glows brighter as another candle is lighted calling our attention to the One given as a light to the nations that salvation may reach to the ends of the Earth
The Glory of the Lord has shone upon us and shall be ever manifest among us until the day of Christ's return. Through the rhythms of time and change of seasons let us call to mind and live the mysteries of our salvation.
Christ the King is the last Sunday of the Church Year. Our Liturgical year begins again on the First Sunday of Advent, November 27. To prepare we have an Advent Event where we make Advent Wreaths and spend quality time together over each others excellent cooking! We look forward to Thanksgiving and continue on with all the activities that make us a vibrant parish
Two Sundays remain in the Church Year. We begin turning our attention to how the Christian story ends, first with struggle, then the triumph of love over all.
On All Saints we behold that the human person becomes a whole, not reduced into parts, and that our final destiny as human beings is not nothing, it is everything.