November 2018 archive of Pastor's Corner

November 2018 archive of Pastor's Corner

32nd Sunday of Ordinary Time

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 11/12/18

Like myself today the Jewish priests and scribes of Jesus’ day wore distinct liturgical vestments when they were leading worship in the Temple. These vestments were long and flowing and were meant to be worn in the Temple during times of prayer. They were not meant to be normal ... Read More »

What will be your New Year’s Resolution

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 11/09/18

Last week I wrote about a short book I recently read as spiritual reading. The book is called, The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity written by Matthew Kelly the founder of Dynamic Catholic. In the book Kelly says that the biggest lie in Christianity is that holiness ... Read More »

The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 11/09/18

As my spiritual reading during my morning holy hour I recently read a little book by Matthew Kelly entitled, The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity. Matthew Kelly is a business man and consultant who founded Dynamic Catholic. Dynamic Catholic is Matthew’s personal response to the Church’s call ... Read More »

Critical Bishops’ Meeting This Week

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 11/05/18

This Monday through Wednesday the United States Bishop’s Conference will be convening their annual fall meeting. This week’s meeting is especially important because the conference will be addressing the clergy sexual abuse crisis especially as it pertains to bishop accountability.

One of the proposals to be considered by the ... Read More »

31st Sunday of Ordinary Time, Sunday November 4th

Posted by Fr. John Sullivan on 11/04/18

The Holy Land where Jesus lived was full of strife and partisanship. There was constant political and religious conflict and even violence. Much of that contention was caused by the fact that it was occupied by the Romans. The differences between Roman paganism and Jewish monotheism was a serious ... Read More »

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