First Reading Ecclesiastes 6:11-7:28 © The more words, the greater the vanity of it all; and what does man get from it? Who knows what is good for man in his lifetime, in those few days he lives so vainly, days that like a shadow he spends? Who can tell a man what will […]
Pentecost – The Feast Day of the Life Giving Spirit of God – May 15, 2016 by Rev. Fr. L. Stephen Galambos, o.f.m.
Jesus Christ revealed that If you live according to the life giving Spirit of God, You will live forever. But if you live according to the flesh, you are good as dead And will die in your sins! The Lord Jesus Christ is the light of the world And calls all men to follow […]
Msgr. Patrick Perez – May 15, 2015 Pentecost Sunday In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. Monsignor began the sermon by reciting the Hail Mary. A Discussion or Explanation of the Origin of Our Mass How is it we have the red book on the […]
I was stung with the question. Reading St Paul, who said God predetermines certain individuals will be saved, and not others…// in Romans 8:29//: The question must awaken us, because when Apostle Philip asked the Lord, Who will BE SAVED? He answered: Few will find the way, for many walk the wide, easy road, […]
Church Bulletin for the Sunday within the Octave of the Ascension of Our Lord commemorating the Apparition of Saint Michael the Archangel – May 8, 2016
Father Frank Leon Gelskey passed away peacefully at home on Good Friday, March 25, 2016. Born April 20, 1933 in Weiser, Idaho to Leon Peter Gelskey and Nettie May Gelskey, Father Gelskey received his calling to the Priesthood at an early age while traveling in a high school group at the Shrine of Our Lady […]
The Padre Pio Academy Family, those still laboring here as well as those gone into the world, mourn the loss of Mrs. Shirley Odou, who went to her Creator on Ascension Thursday. Mater et magistra in the largest sense, Shirley was not only mother to her own large family of six, but also to […]