December 29, 2015
We can’t imagine a Nativity scene without those three men wearing jeweled crowns and rich robes, holding out their gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh for the newborn King of the Jews, while Mary and Joseph look on in wonder. This is the biblical event we celebrate each Christmas season on January 6th, the Feast of the Epiphany. How much do you know about the Magi and the meaning behind the original gifts of Christmas?
December 22, 2015
New statue of St. Anne and Mary was dedicated December 5th. Rennovations to Mary's garden was made possible by contributions from several parishioners.
December 14, 2015
As the Year of Mercy begins, here is your primer on everything you should know to fully celebrate this special event in the life of the Church.
December 6, 2015
Advent is known as “little Lent,” and prayer, alms, and sacrifices are an important part of the season. To help children participate in the true purpose of Advent (rather than treating it selfishly as a countdown to getting their presents on Christmas day), a visual teaching aid is most helpful.