From the Pastor

Jun 24th, 2017 by Parish Office

June 25th 2017

My Dear St. Bernadette Family,

“Those set firmly on the foundation of your love”

As we return to Ordinary Time this week, the “Collect” (opening prayer of mass) closes with the above expression.  The gospel speaks of the love of God expressed by our value in God’s sight, more than the small sparrows and that God knows how many hairs are on your head.

It is not difficult to see how much a person knows they are loved.  Children who grow in a home where love is expressed and lived, have such great self-confidence.  They can take on the world. The opposite is those people who seem to need affirmation and never get enough.

Those who know they are loved have freedom to love. Those who are not aware of being loved spend their time trying to earn what they already have, namely the love of God.

The “ordinary” of our church calendar is really about counting Sundays and weeks, but the ordinary of Christian living is all about the love of God which frees us to love others as we are loved.

May “ordinary time” for you be far from ordinary but be a time to celebrate the Good News of God’s love!

With Love,

Fr. Tom

Important Dates

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    • Golf Tournament!  Click for more details!
    • Summer Youth Group Events: Click here for more details!
    • Vacation Bible School!  July 17th – 21st, see event page for more details!
    • Memorial Wall:  Would you like to honor a loved one who has passed on?  You can dedicate a tile with their name on our Memorial Wall in the vestibule. Contact the parish office.
    • St. Kateri Mass: All are welcome! 12:00 Noon on Sunday in St. Bernadette Church
    • Catholic Biblical School:
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8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m
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Holy Days:
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Eucharistic Adoration:
Friday after Mass until 2:30 p.m.

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