June 2020 archive of Pastor's Notes

June 2020 archive of Pastor's Notes

Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 6/28/20

Beginning June 22, the Feast of Saints Thomas More and John Fisher, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, celebrates Religious Freedom Week. All people desire to know their Creator. All people have a natural impulse to seek the good and to live in accordance with that good. All ... Read More »

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 6/21/20

You will note that I begin wearing the Green again this Sunday. Yes, I know it’s not St Patrick’s day! We’ve returned fully into Ordinary Time. By Ordinary, we don’t mean normal. While things are reopening and progress is being made, it’s hard to say yet it is normal. ... Read More »

Solemnity of the Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 6/10/20

Having experienced the great “Eucharistic Fast” from the COVID Pandemic (a fast some of our sisters and brothers are still enduring, mind you), I can only hope that this year’s Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (aka, Corpus Christi) has even more significance. Precisely because ... Read More »

Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 6/07/20

Presiding at Mass by myself or preaching to the iPad for the Sunday livestream Mass was a challenge. I had many email/call me recognizing that ‘It must be hard.’ It was hard. Liturgy means “work of the people”. So, not having people present, in some way diminishes (if that ... Read More »

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