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9/28/2022

Weekly Pastoral Reflection

Fr Rich AndreRich Andre, CSP
September 28, 2022

An Urgent Note for Our Teens and Their Parents and Guardians

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9/23/2022

Preaching On Poverty… and Connecting with the Powerful

Fr Rich AndreRich Andre, CSP
September 23, 2022

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9/16/2022

Mary: A Mom with Real Life Worries

Patty Simpson
September 16, 2022


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9/11/2022

Responsible to Everyone for Everything

Fr. Ed Nowak, CSPFr. Ed Nowak, CSP
September 11, 2022


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8/26/2022

Humility: the Antidote to Pride

Normand GouinNormand Gouin, Pastoral Minister of Liturgy and Music
August 26, 2022


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08/19/2022

The Gifts – and Challenges – of Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue

Fr Rich AndreRich Andre, CSP
August 19, 2022

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8/12/2022

For all that will be in our community, we say “yes!”


Susan Rutkowski
August 12, 2022

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7/22/2022

Persistent Prayer: an Act of Crazy Compassion and Reckless Love

Normand GouinNormand Gouin, Pastoral Minister of Liturgy and Music
July 22, 2022


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7/8/2022

General Assembly Resolutions

Fr Rich AndreRich Andre, CSP
July 8, 2022

General Assembly Resolutions

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7/1/2022

Going Forward, What’s Our Vision?

Fr Rich AndreRich Andre, CSP
July 1, 2022

Going Forward, What’s Our Vision?

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6/10/2022

A Prayer for Juneteenth

On June 19, 1865, enslaved African-Americans in Galveston, Texas, were told they were free, almost two vears after the Emancipation Proclamation. This date has become symbolic of the end of 400 years of slavery, and people across the U.S. have celebrated this day for a century and a half, but it was established as a federal holiday in 2021.

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