It’s a joy to do a “preaching series” from time to time—a focused exploration of a particular timely theme of our Catholic faith for our spiritual benefit. This is one of those times! We are doing a three-Sunday homily series on masculinity.   Fr. John Muir Part 1- Part 2- Part 3-   Fr. Fernando Camou […]

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Adoration We are currently opening the tabernacle for Adoration every Friday from 9am until 2pm. More people have expressed interest in participating in Adoration so we are adding Wednesday from Noon until 5pm to the adoration schedule.  Please mark your calendar’s to come and sit with the Lord. Come and deepen your faith and love for our God. […]

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Dear Friends in Christ, It probably wasn’t the most prudent decision, but I did it anyway.          I was 18 years old. On the desktop was a piece of paper that read, “Caption for Senior Yearbook Picture”. Instead of a pithy saying, an inside joke, or a shout-out to friends, I wanted something that really […]

Dear Friends in Christ, One month has come and gone since I arrived here at St. Thomas Aquinas. What a month it’s been. I spent the first two weeks getting to know the deacons and priests, as well as the parish staff, and the general inner workings of our parish’s administration. The next two weeks […]

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Seven years ago this summer, I could no longer ignore the tug on my heart to find out if it was God who was calling me to the priesthood. I was 18 years old when I joined seminary. Though leaving family, girlfriend, and career behind was not an easy […]

Dear Friends in Christ, “When he disembarked and saw the vast crowd, his heart was moved…” (from Mark 6) We hear these words this Sunday from the Gospel of Mark. They describe Jesus as he looks out upon his followers. In a different way, they sum up what I have experience these past three weeks […]