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Sunday, January 27, 2019

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 1/25/19

Dear Friends,

Christmas continues, even if the liturgical season has ended!  Yes, the Christmas season has ended and last week we moved to Ordinary Time, but despite the liturgical change, I pray and hope you continue to embrace the Christmas story of new life and hope in tangible ways ... Read More »

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 1/18/19

Dear friends, 

I am bringing this to your attention again and it may be too late by the time you read this, but please check the website below to determine if the New York State Legislature has taken action, if they have not please contact your Assembly person and ... Read More »

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 1/11/19

Dear Friends,

As some of you know, I serve on the Leadership Team of the Association of United States Catholic Priests (AUSCP) a position I was elected to last June at our annual conference, which was held in Albuquerque. The Leadership Team meets monthly via ZOOM (a web based ... Read More »

Sunday, January 6, 2019

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 1/03/19

Dear Friends,

As we enter this last week of the Christmas season, I pray and hope you will continue to enjoy the light of the Savior in your life.

I am turning the rest of my space over to an important public policy issue, which is on the New ... Read More »

Sunday, December 30, 2018

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 12/28/18

Dear Friends,

Happy New Year and continued blessings as we celebrate the Christmas season. I wish to thank the many people who contributed to making our parish Christmas celebrations so meaningful.  Our liturgies were beautifully done and I extend my thanks to all the liturgical ministers who helped make ... Read More »

Sunday, December 23, 2018

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 12/20/18


Our feature family this month is from out of town: Joseph, Mary, and Jesus of Nazareth. These folks have really seen the countryside. Jesus was born in Bethlehem during that famous world census because Bethlehem is Joseph’s family hometown. I think Mary mentioned being from ... Read More »

Sunday, December 16, 2018

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 12/14/18

Dear Friends,

“One Death Every Ten Minutes A Disaster of  ‘Horrific Proportions’” 

This headline caught my attention; it is from one of the many newsletters I receive in the course of a week.  After I received several other article last week concerning Yemen I decided to put some thoughts ... Read More »

Sunday, December 9, 2018

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 12/07/18

Dear Friends, 

One of our younger parishioners noticed the different symbols of the Book of the Gospels and asked what the different symbols meant.  Well, the question inspired me to do a little research so I could give all of you an explanation.   

The four authors of the ... Read More »

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 11/29/18

Dear Friends,

We begin the season of Advent today and our Liturgy Committee selected Waiting in Joyful Hope as our theme for the season.  As we joyfully anticipate the coming Jesus and the Christmas season, I encourage you to take some extra time each day in prayer with God ... Read More »

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Posted by Nancy Wahl on 11/23/18

Dear Friends,

I just returned from a wonderful and quiet week at St. Bernard Abbey in Cullman, Alabama; truly a place that I feel very much at home.  The monks are always welcoming as they continue the busy life of running the pre-school and serving in a number of ... Read More »


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