“However big a tree is, it cannot make a forest" (African Proverb).
This African proverb underscores the importance of unity and collaboration if we are to achieve anything real and meaningful in society. It requires the participation of each and every member of the community to change a society.READ MORE
I have been on and off unwell since I got back from the Celebration of the Apostles of Jesus Golden Jubilee in Uganda. In the solitude of my room and in the silence of my heart, I reflected on a number of wonderful things that are going on around us and in our Church with great joy and hope. For instance, among others, we officially launched our Heal Our Land Holy Hour on the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross on September 14, we participated in the Mass for the National Respect Life Day on September 8. This past Friday, September 21, we had our second Holy hour which also launched the 40-hour Adoration Event. God is blessing us and our Church!READ MORE
In this last article on the Strategic Goals of our parish, I am excited to share with you some of the insights and efforts that came out of our own meetings in reference to Improving Internal Communications. We all recognized that communication is very important in any organization. My thoughts below will reflect more specifically on the procedures we will put in place as we move forward, effective immediately.READ MORE
In articles this summer, I shared with you the first two of our Strategic Goals: Greater Focus on the Eucharist and Strengthening Adult Faith Formation and Spirituality. This weekend, I would like to share with you the recommendations my Catechetical Visioning team came up with regarding the third Strategic Goal, which is: Building a Domestic Church.READ MORE
I have been away for a function of my Religious Order for close to ten days, as I indicated in my last article, and therefore had limited access to the internet nor even the luxury of time to follow what has been going on in our Church following the recent scandalous revelations coming from Pennsylvania. Like most of you, it is very difficult under the current circumstances not to be angry with our Church’s leadership and clergy, lose trust and be tempted to leave the Catholic Church.READ MORE