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First Down with Fr. Eric (May 22, 2022)

First Down with Fr. Eric (May 22, 2022)

Dear Friends, Both the Old Testament and the New Testament give us an insight into how God deals with the most vulnerable. We are told they are most important and the community is called to protect and care for those who need support in living their lives. During...

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First Down with Fr. Eric (May 15, 2022)

First Down with Fr. Eric (May 15, 2022)

Dear Friends, The beauty of our Catholic faith is that we are connected with other Catholics (and all Christians) through our love of God, our desire to serve him, and caring for all people. Even though we do not have a daily bond of seeing and knowing others who...

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First Down with Fr. Eric (May 1, 2022)

First Down with Fr. Eric (May 1, 2022)

Dear Friends, At our very baptism we received the gift of the Holy Spirit. That same spirit was present at the beginning of creation, that same spirit descended upon Jesus at the River Jordan, and that very same spirit was given to us at our baptism. Those of us who...

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First Down with Fr. Eric (April 24, 2022)

First Down with Fr. Eric (April 24, 2022)

Dear Friends, HAPPY EASTER! Our 40 days of fasting and penance during Lent now changes to 50 days of breaking open the mystery of the Resurrection. We give thanks for all the people involved in making all of Lent, Holy Week and the Easter Sunday weekend a special...

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First Down with Fr. Eric (April 10, 2022)

First Down with Fr. Eric (April 10, 2022)

Dear Friends, People of all religions are good at recalling and remembering special events that have deep meaning. Christians treat this coming week like no other week. We call it Holy Week. It remembers the saving events of Jesus Christ and we are invited to enter...

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First Down with Fr. Eric (April 3, 2022)

First Down with Fr. Eric (April 3, 2022)

Dear Friends, The 50 days of Easter is fast approaching as Lent will soon come to an end. In the meantime, we remember that there are four evenings for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, with five Priests each evening, this Wednesday from 6:00 – 8:00 pm and next...

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