Hope is in season
“Then the wolf shall be a guest of the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; the calf and the young lion shall browse together, with a little child to guide them…” Is 11:6
In this first reading, Isaiah, offer us powerful images of hope and gives us a vision of what will come to pass when our God comes.
Advent, like Lent, leads us to take a serious look at our lives. Lent gives us more time and space to do it. Unlike Lent, Advent is not primarily a season that stresses sin and contrition. Advent, placed just a few weeks before the birth of Jesus, asks us in the hustle and bustle of the season, to prepare for the birth of Jesus Christ. Read More:
Clergy Schedule December 14, 15, 2013
5:00pm - Fr. John Tarantino; Deacon Rich Reck
7:30am - Fr. George Dudak; Deacon Roger Lacouture (P)
9:15am - Fr. John Tarantino; Deacon Rich Reck
10:45am - Fr. John Tarantino
12:15pm - Fr. Martin Rauscher; Deacon Rick Van Glahn
Due to the weather cancellation of Tuesday evening’s Penance Service, Fr. Tarantino will be available for the Sacrament of Reconciliation beginning at 3:30 pm this Saturday, Dec. 14th and next Saturday, Dec. 21st; as well as after all Masses until Monday, Dec. 23rd. Please see Fr. Tarantino after any Mass.