3rd Sunday of Advent

This Weeks Readings: Isaiah 61.1-2a, 10-11; Psalm Luke 1; 1 Thessalonians 5.16-24; John 1.6-8, 19-28.

The Spirit of the Lord anoints us with a mission to bring good news to all God's people.  When we listen to the Prophets and even more so to the Spirit, we are given a peace which stirs up gratitude for His wondrous works in our midst.  Like Mary, we glorify the Lord, and rejoice in our God who has visited His people.  John is sent beforehand to witness to the light of Jesus.  We are often confused by the shadows of the message and the ways and means of the Lord.  Then God Himself enlightens us with the truth of his identity...the Way, the Truth, the Life, and the Light!

Next Week's Readings: 2 Samuel 7.1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Psalm 89; Romans 16.25-27; Luke 1.26-38.

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An Advent Message from Our Pastor...

I hope you are well… I hope the Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup… I hope I do well on my exams… To be human is to hope. Webster’s dictionary defines hope as “a confident expectation that a desire will be fulfilled; something which one longs to see realized.”  One might agree that with regard to the Maple Leafs’ Cup victory, the latter part of the definition might be more fitting! As Advent comes upon us, we take some time in our spiritual life to reflect on our Christian hope. 

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Pre-Dawn Novena Mass

9 Days Pre-Dawn Novena Mass.              Held Daily From: December 16 to December 24, 2014

Beginning at 5:30 am

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*Please Note: A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols will begin at 10:30 pm, before the 11:30 pm Mass on Christmas Eve