Pentecost was originally a celebration of the first fruits of the harvest05-20-2018From Pope St. John Paul II’s Catechesis on the Holy Spirit
"1. From the foregoing catechesis on the article of the creeds on the Holy Spirit, one observes the rich biblical foundation of the pneumatological truth. At the same time, however, we must also note the difference of delineation, in divine revelation, of this truth in relation to the Christological truth. It is evident indeed from the sacred texts that the eternal Son, one in being with the Father, is the fullness of God's self-revelation in human history. In becoming "son of man," "born of woman" (cf. Gal 4:4), he was manifested and acted as true man. As such he also definitively revealed the Holy Spirit, announcing his coming and making known his relationship with the Father and the Son in the mission of salvation and therefore in the mystery of the Trinity. According to the announcement and promise of Jesus, the Church, the body of Christ (cf. 1 Cor 12:27) and sacrament of his presence "with us until the end of the world" (cf. Mt 28:20), has her beginning with the coming of the Paraclete.READ MORE
Events & Announcements
Money Counters are volunteers who assist with counting the Sunday and holy day collections. The counters are responsible for recording and reconciling the donations received and preparing the bank deposits each week. There are two different counting teams that alternate every other month.
That Man is You
May 23 6:30pm - 7:45pm
Wednesdays 6:30-7:45pm in the Parish Center
Older Adults Ministry Meeting
May 24 4:00pm - 5:00pm
We will meet as we continue our efforts to reach isolated and lonely parishioners. We will also be planning for the upcoming Parish Expo. Please call Vicki McAllister with any questions at 602-397-3708.
Name Tag Weekend
Jun 2 - Jun 3
All parishioners and visitors are invited to fill out a name tag when they come to Mass on Jun 2/3 as we strive to be a welcoming community and foster a spirit of hospitality.
Joel Stepanek presents Hard Hearts and Closed Doors: Understanding and Responding to the Needs of Young People