May 3, 2015, Sunday of the Samaritan Woman                                   Scripture Readings:  Acts 11:18-26 & 29-30; John 4:5-42


MARATHON VOLUNTEERS & SPECTATORS — Join us for Breakfast on the Run from 6:30 AM to approximately 11 AM, on the 5th Ave. sidewalk!  Breakfast sandwiches, coffee, baked goods, fruit will be available.

Marathon Sunday Alert:  We will have 11 AM Liturgy.  Church is accessible by car via Bigelow Boulevard.  

Parishioners:  Check out the 2015 Events Schedule Page so you can plan to join in on our festivities!  

Join us for the recitation of the Rosary every Sunday at 10:25 AM, as we Pray For Peace.    

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The love of Christ fills our hearts and makes us always able to forgive! (May 2)

Amid so many problems, even grave, may we not lose our hope in the infinite mercy of God. (Apr. 30)

Every Christian community must be a welcoming home for those searching for God,for those searching for a brother or sister to listen to them. (Apr. 28)

We Christians are called to go out of ourselves to bring the mercy and tenderness of God to all.  (Apr. 25)

In the Sacraments we discover the strength to think and to act according to the Gospel. (Apr. 23)

We need to care for the earth so that it may continue, as God willed, to be a source of life for the entire human family. (Apr. 21)

Mary, Mother of Sorrows, help us to understand God’s will in moments of great suffering.  (Apr. 18)

The Lord never tires of forgiving us. It is we who get tired of asking for pardon.  (Apr. 14)

We can bring the Gospel to others only if it has made a deep impact in our lives. (Apr. 10)

Lord, give us the gift of tears, the ability to cry for our sins and so receive your forgiveness. (Apr. 9)

Lord, help us to live the virtue of generosity, to love without limits. (Apr. 6)

Christ is risen! Christ is alive and journeys with us! (Apr. 5)

The Cross of Christ is not a defeat: the Cross is love and mercy.  (Apr. 3)