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2019 archive of Pastor's Corner

2019 archive of Pastor's Corner

Pastor's Page 2019-12-08

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 12/02/19

Dear Parishioners: The Second Sunday of Advent Season every year, we encounter the voice of John the Baptist in the desert echoing the words of the prophet Isaiah: "Prepare the way of the Lord, make straight his paths… …”  John the Baptist taught the people of his day and ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-12-01

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 11/21/19

Dear Parishioners: … … Happy Advent Season … …

The new Liturgical Year begins with the Advent Season in which the people of God recalled the “longing of the Messiah” coming as promised in the Scripture and for His coming again in our time.  Today, the Church lights the ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-11-24

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 11/15/19

Dear Parishioners: … Happy Thanksgiving Day 2019… Looking back in this Liturgical Year and the effects which it had in our lives, there is so much for us to give “Thanks to God” for the many blessings that we have received.

There will NOT be a “Thanksgiving Day Mass” ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-11-17

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 11/11/19

Dear Parishioners: SEATTLE SOUNDERS - MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER (M.L.S.) CUP CHAMPION 2019

Congratulation to the Sounders for a historic Championship game at Century Link Field with the largest crowd (69,000+) ever attended with the final score 3-1 against the Toronto FC.  Waiting for the Champion Parade to come soon … ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-11-10

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 11/11/19

Dear Parishioners: Happy Veteran Day – This year we observed on Monday, November 11. Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on November 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I.  Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance, and November 11 became a ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-11-03

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 10/28/19

Dear Parishioners:

If you visit the Holy Land and especially the oldest city on earth, Jericho, from the Gospel story, the locals will take delight in pointing out the ruins of the walls that Joshua (led the Israelites into the Promised Land) brought down in one of the Old ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-10-27

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 10/21/19

Dear Parishioners: Last Sunday's Gospel focused on the necessity of prayer (Luke 18:1-8). The second of two parables in Chapter 18:9-15, teaches that the fundamental attitude of the Christian disciple must be the recognition of sinfulness and complete dependence on God's graciousness.

One of Luke's favorite themes, the reversal ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-10-20

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 10/14/19

Dear Parishioners: Luke depicts Jesus at prayer right from the beginning of his Gospel. Prayer becomes one of the ways by which we follow Jesus.  Luke insists on the importance of prayer for the Christian life.  We must pray unceasingly, for prayer is a sign of our faith in ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-10-13

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 10/07/19

Dear Parishioners:

  Today’s readings are about remembering, thanksgiving, healing and salvation. In the reading from the Old Testament, Naaman the Syrian remembers to thank Elisha for his cure.  Naaman, the foreigner, is not a member of the Chosen People.  That God’s mercy is to be extended to all ... Read More »

Pastor's Page 2019-10-06

Posted by Kurt Lawrence on 10/01/19

Dear Parishioners: October is the month of Respect for Life, as a people of faith, we value the “gift of Life – from conception to natural death” and we continue joining with our Church to pray for this gift of Life and the “Freedom to choose Life” and “Religious ... Read More »

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