An Earth Where God Reigns11-12-2017Fr. Scott Holmer
As we draw near to the close of Ordinary Time and the days get shorter, the readings begin to speak of what will happen at the end of the world. This often is the part of the creed that gets overlooked. We proclaim that we look forward to the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come. What does this mean?
Jesus Christ became human in order to save our nature not destroy it. While the souls of the saints who have left this world now dwell with God in heaven, their story is not yet over. They still intercede for us here on earth and await with joy the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come.READ MORE
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The Handmaid of the Lord
Dec 8 6:00pm
The Conmigos Choir and Friends present: The Handmaid of the Lord, a Musical Meditation.