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05-26-2024Pastor's LetterFr. Daniel Cruz

The weekend of June 1-2, 2024, Father Joseph Tuscan, OFM Cap. will be visiting our parish on behalf of Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS). Fr. Tuscan was born in Columbus, OH and entered Borromeo College Seminary in 1986 where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Sciences. In 1993, he professed his Perpetual vows as a Capuchin Franciscan friar and earned his master’s degree in Theology and ordained to the priesthood in 1997.


Pentecost Sunday

05-19-2024Pastor's LetterFr. Daniel Cruz

Happy Pentecost!

“Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of all believers and set them on fire with your love. Though they spoke many different languages, you united the nations in professing the same faith!” A beautiful antiphon from first vespers of Pentecost help us reflect on the many nations present when the apostles received an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Those same gifts allowed the apostles to go out and communicate the message of the Risen Lord!


7th Sunday of Easter

05-12-2024Pastor's LetterFr. Daniel Cruz

Happy Mother’s Day!

On this second Sunday in May, we observe a short day to honor and pray for our mothers. I love the tradition of processing into the church with our Blessed Mother Mary and allowing our own mothers of the parish to follow her and ask for her intercession. Today is special because this is a time to give thanks to God for the gift of human life.


6th Sunday of Easter

05-05-2024Pastor's LetterFr. Daniel Cruz

Happy Easter!

On May 3rd we celebrated the First Holy Communion and Confirmation Mass with so many of our children here at the parish. Many years of preparation and growing in the faith are a necessary completion of baptismal grace. “For by the sacrament of Confirmation, [the baptized] are more perfectly bound to the Church and are enriched with a special strength of the Holy Spirit. Hence they are, as true witnesses of Christ, more strictly obliged to spread and defend the faith by word and deed.” (Catechism 1285)