2020 archive of Pastor's Corner
Posted by Fr Peter Cipriani on 2/26/20
Best Lent Ever!
During Lent, the question that often comes up in conversations is, “So what are you giving up for Lent?” But Lent isn’t fundamentally about “giving stuff up”; fasting (and more broadly, self-giving) is important, but it’s a means to an end, not the end itself. The ... Read More »
Posted by Fr Peter Cipriani on 2/24/20
“You shall not bear hatred for your brother or sister in your heart…take no revenge and cherish no grudge.You shall love your neighbor as yourself.
Once upon a time, a gentleman went to New York City and got caught in the rain. So he ducked with a friend into ... Read More »
Posted by Fr Peter Cipriani on 2/04/20
Born in Philadelphia, Kobe Bryant was raised in a Catholic household, he eventually married Vanessa Laine at St. Edward Catholic Church in Dana Point, California. Two years later they had their first child. Bryant was at the top of his game and everything seemed to be heading in the direction of his dreams.
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Posted by Lisa Reed on 1/14/20
Hopefully you have noticed our wonderfully comfortable new kneelers. With the greater hope that with them in place…there will be more people to pray and for longer periods of time.
With great gratitude and appreciation, on behalf of myself and the entire parish, I want to thank the Giordano ... Read More »
Posted by Lisa Reed on 1/08/20
Home invasion is both a terrifying thought and reality; although I am not talking about the flesh and blood kind. I am speaking of one more sinister, dangerous and harmful to one’s home and family: When malignant spirits/demons/fallen angels prowl about, as Scripture warns us, like roaring lions looking ... Read More »
Posted by Fr Peter Cipriani on 1/06/20
Said the night wind to the little lambDo you see what I seeWay up in the sky little lambDo you see what I seeA star, a starDancing in the nightWith a tail as big as a kite
We are certainly familiar with these lyrics from the hymn do you ... Read More »