Thought for the Day

The Eucharistic Visit

 The Visit is a meeting of our soul and of our whole being with Jesus.
It is the creature meeting the Creator;
the disciple before the Divine Master;
the patient with the Doctor of souls;
the poor one appealing to the Rich One;
the thirsty one drinking at the Font;
the weak before the Almighty;
the tempted seeking sure Refuge;
the blind person searching for the Light;
the friend who goes to the True Friend;
the lost sheep sought by the Divine Shepherd;
the wayward heart who finds the Way;
the unenlightened one who finds Wisdom;
the bride who finds
 the Spouse of the soul;
the “nothing” who finds the All;
the afflicted who finds the Consoler;
the seeker who finds life’s meaning.

~Bl Jame Alberione (+1971)

Question of the Week


July 16, 2017

Matthew 13:1 -23 What helps me to be rich soil for God’s seed/word to take root and grow in me?







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Morning Prayer 7:30 AM
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Anointing of the Sick

Haiti Fet 2016 and Jean Gilles' visit

  • Fr. Steve and Brian Zeman visiting with the school children at ...
  • Mel and Theresa Harvey and Brian Zeman wearing traditional Fet clothing
  • Fr. Steve and Theresa Harvey after the 3 hour Fet (Feast ...
  • Visting the Sisters of Charity Orphanage and Hospital.
  • Fr. Wilner, Father Steve and Fr. Rebert. Fr. Wilner was pastor ...
  • Fr. Steve observes the open sewers in the city. The church ...
  • Cooks clean up after a meal.
  • Children playing on the school playground.
  • Parish Cooks prepare food over a charcoal fire.
  • The view of the beach and ocean from the rectory balcony.
  • Cutting the feast day cake with Fr. Rebert.
  • Fr. Rebert and his parents.
  • St. Montfort church, bell tower and cross as seen from the road.
  • The altar with the Haiti candle at St. Montfort.
  • Fr. Steve with local children outside the clinic.
  • A live chicken in the offertory procession.
  • Mass offertory Haiti style.
  • Mass with the school children.
  • A meal at the rectory.
  • Rose and Ginel with Fr. Kutsch, the Harveys and Sr. Ann ...
  • Rose and Ginel with Dee Maahs, Jim Hauser (medical team members), ...
  • Rose, Ginel, and Pascal Jean Gilles at Pascal's graduation from Divine ...

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