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Girls Night In

On Thursday, May 11th at 7:00 p.m., Ladies Guild will be celebrating our last meeting of the year with a Girls Night In! All women of the parish are invited! Bring an appetizer (and recipe) to the church fellowship hall.  Coffee and tea will be provided. Bring wine if you wish. This...

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Peace

Father Kirby’s Korner

Imagine the first moment Jesus appears in a locked room, in the midst of his petrified disciples. What are his first words after dying a horrifying death, being betrayed by those closest to him and now rising from the dead? You would think it would be something like, “Wow! That...

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Easter Sunday

Father Kirby’s Korner

Imagine the emotional whiplash the disciples must have experienced in those few days. They were jerked out of their horror and grief of that Friday, to unimaginable shock, joy and happiness. No doubt that they had been dragged through the lowest of the lows of human existence to the highest...

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Palm Sunday

Father Kirby’s Korner

Perhaps looking from the “Lions Gate”  across the Kidron Valley toward the Mt. of Olives, you could imagine the scene in today’s Gospel. You would likely see a small group of people following a man riding on a donkey. As the group made its way down the southeastern slope of...

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Mary’s Meals Run

Join us for the Mary’s Meals Run on Saturday, May 13th at 9:00 a.m. in Historic Valley Junction. Your registration-whether 10K or 5K, walking or running-will feed one child in desperate need of food for an entire school year through Mary’s Meals. Bishop Emeritus Joseph Charron will lead the opening...

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Donate Life MOnth

April is Donate Life Month

Mark your calendars and join us for Coffee Sunday on April 2nd to hear Leslie Becker speak about organ donation and the impact it has had on her life. You will also have an opportunity after Mass the weekend of April 1st and 2nd to register as a donor if...

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Shamrock

Father Kirby’s Korner

Well, we all survived St. Patrick’s Day. I assume you all wore green. Poor St. Patrick. I’m sure somehow he is proud of the fact that he has been remembered through all these centuries, but I am not sure he is excited about the way he is remembered. Go to...

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Humility

Father Kirby’s Korner

The NFL is considering relaxing the end zone celebration restrictions for this coming season. At the risk of being labeled “an old fuddy-duddy,” I find it fascinating that grown men need to perform such childish antics, dances, skits as celebrations for scoring a touchdown. Granted, it may be fun, within...

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