We are a community of Catholic lay missionaries, single men and women, married couples, and families, called by our Baptism to mission.We seek to love and walk with our neighbors, sharing the Gospel joyfully, living our faith, and growing in loving relationship with God and each other.

Tell the people everything about this life.
Acts 5:20

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We cannot passively and calmly wait in our church buildings; we need to move from a pastoral ministry of mere conservation to a decidedly missionary pastoral ministry.

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Today’s readings remind me that in turning to God’s word, we find constant reminders of His goodness and faithfulness. So many of our days are polluted by the news and social media telling us everything that is wrong in the world. But in Christ, in this season of Advent, we have a hope that echoes throughout time and space. And it is our choice to allow him to enter or not, to heal us or not. Jesus asks the blind man, “Do you believe that I can do this?” In other words, “Do you choose Hope?” It is waiting for us. I pray we will all open our hearts and lives to its graces.@erikadonatto #letusadorehim

December 2, 2016

The statement of Jesus today, that “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the Kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father in heaven.” has the potential to make us scared, but the beauty of this gospel, is that the will of our Father in heaven is to simply but completely love our God in faith and our neighbor as ourself. In doing this we find the truth of the words of Isaiah and the psalmist, that “his mercy endures forever. It is better to take refuge in the LORD than to trust in man.” “Trust in the LORD forever! For the LORD is an eternal Rock.” And we are promised, “A nation of firm purpose…one that keeps faith…you keep in peace; in peace, for its trust in you.” God, “I will give thanks to you, for you have answered me and have been my savior.” @rjefaw #letusadoreHim

December 1, 2016

Who doesn’t like fishing when the fishing is good?!? That’s easy!!! But what about fishing for souls? Not so easy is it? There’s a massive harvest but not enough fishermen. Advent is a time for ALL of us to prepare our hearts to respond to Christ’s call for us to IMMEDIATELY drop our worldly nets and become “Fishers of Men.” Can’t speak well with your lips? That’s okay, neither can I. Instead, speak LOVE through your actions. We have enough TALK, but we need more WALK. In the words of the 1st Reading from Romans, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring the good news!” @mattladner15#letusadoreHim

November 30, 2016

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