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Christ Renews His Parish

Christ Renews his parish is a weekend focused on personal renewal and renewal as a spiritual community.  The men’s weekend is March 20-21.  Watch for fall dates for the next women’s weekend.

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Year of St Joseph

Pope Francis proclaimed a Year of Saint Joseph from December 8, 2020 to December 8, 2021.  A plenary indulgence will be granted to Catholics who complete an act honoring St Joseph.

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The month of March is an exciting time for Irish Catholics with the celebration of St. Patrick. However, throughout the world March is also the month of St. Joseph, the Foster Father of Jesus. What a particularly special time to honor St. Joseph than now during the Year of St. Joseph.  As the foster father of Christ, St. Joseph is, in a very real sense, the foster father of all Christians. The Intercession of St. Joseph prayer (found below) is recited to ask St. Joseph to pray on your behalf to the Son of God, whom he protected and reared.  O Joseph, virgin-father of Jesus, most pure spouse of the Virgin Mary, pray every day for us to the same Jesus, the Son of God, that we, being defended by the power of his grace and striving dutifully in life, may be crowned by him at the hour of death. Amen.
Today we celebrate the feast of St. Katharine Drexel, a modern day American saint. St. Katharine was born in Philadelphia in 1858 to a wealthy family. She was moved to minister to the poor and suffering, in particular she was drawn to the Native Americans. She met with Pope Leo XIII to ask for more missionaries to be sent to the United States and he asked, Why dont you become a missionary?  St. Katharine became more than just a missionary. She founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored and established 50 missions for Indians in 16 states. The Sisters continue to minister to the Native American communities here in the United States, to this day.  Even after suffering a heart attack and being forced to retire, St. Katharine was committed to a life of prayer and spent the last 20 years of her life in quiet intense prayer.  St. Katharine Drexel, patron saint of racial justice and philanthropists, pray for us!
A Morning Offering Prayer through St. Joseph:  Receive me, dear and chosen Father, and the offering of every movement of my body and soul, which I desire to present through thee to my blessed Lord.  Purify all! Make all a perfect holocaust! May every pulsation of my heart be a Spiritual Communion, every look and thought an act of love, every action a sweet sacrifice, every word an arrow of Divine love, every step an advance toward Jesus, every visit to Our Lord as pleasing to God as the errands of Angels, every thought of thee, dear Saint Joseph, an act to remind thee that I am thy child.  I recommend to thee the occasions in which I usually fail, particularly . . . [Mention these]. Accept each little devotion of the day, though replete with imperfection, and offer it to Jesus, Whose mercy will overlook all, since He regards not so much the gift as the love of the giver. Amen.

We often ask the saints to pray for us and we celebrate their feast days, but how many of us understand how a saint becomes a saint. Other than living a holy life that is. What does the canonization process look like?

In the early years of our faith, honoring Christian men and women who were martyred, died for the faith, became very popular as that is how Jesus died.

Today the canonization process happens in three stages. First, it begins with a diocesan bishop who raises a cause of canonization. The goal is to gather information about the heroic virtue and the sanctity of the life of the potential saint as well as any possible miracles attributed to their name. Then, the information is sent to the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints, which is overseen by a cardinal prefect. There the cause is studied. Finally, the cause is discussed by the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints and a judgement is passed based on the merits of the cause with the approval of the pope. This process is followed before a saint is beatified and again to be canonized.

Some key words to know when talking about a saint's canonization:

Venerable: a title given to a deceased person who has attained a certain degree of sanctity but has not been fully beatified or canonized.

Beatification: declaration by the pope that the deceased person is in a state of bliss, constituting the first step toward canonization and permitting public veneration. At this level the person received the title "Blessed".

Canonized: officially declaring a deceased person a saint
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We often ask the saints to pray for us and we celebrate their feast days, but how many of us understand how a saint becomes a saint. Other than living a holy life that is. What does the canonization process look like?  In the early years of our faith, honoring Christian men and women who were martyred, died for the faith, became very popular as that is how Jesus died.  Today the canonization process happens in three stages. First, it begins with a diocesan bishop who raises a cause of canonization. The goal is to gather information about the heroic virtue and the sanctity of the life of the potential saint as well as any possible miracles attributed to their name. Then, the information is sent to the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints, which is overseen by a cardinal prefect. There the cause is studied. Finally, the cause is discussed by the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints and a judgement is passed based on the merits of the cause with the approval of the pope. This process is followed before a saint is beatified and again to be canonized.  Some key words to know when talking about a saints canonization:  Venerable: a title given to a deceased person who has attained a certain degree of sanctity but has not been fully beatified or canonized.  Beatification: declaration by the pope that the deceased person is in a state of bliss, constituting the first step toward canonization and permitting public veneration. At this level the person received the title Blessed.  Canonized: officially declaring a deceased person a saint

In today’s gospel, we hear the powerful witness of Jesus’ Transfiguration. Peter, James, and John had the incredible opportunity to see Jesus in all of His glory on the top of Mount Tabor. They also saw the prophets Moses and Elijah appear conversing with Jesus. We know from the Old Testament that both of these prophets had mountain top experiences with God, when they received divine commissions on Mount Horeb. In both encounters, Moses and Elijah stood on holy ground at the peak. This represented the closest place between Heaven and earth, the place where God would descend to humanity. Mountain tops were places of encounter and revelation.

Both men hid their faces when they realized God was truly present. These encounters caused a sense of awe and holy fear. They could not look upon the glory or power of God. Yet, both men were changed after their encounter. Jesus however, in this encounter with God, did not hide His face. His face shown in full glory, and the disciples were changed by this encounter.

We too are called to have mountain top experiences, moments where we encounter the Lord God. These encounters often times happen for us on spiritual retreats, but really anytime in prayer when we can avoid distractions and focus on the Lord, we can hear Him speak to us.

To have an encounter with the Lord we have to prepare ourselves. To see Him, we need to look. To hear Him, we need to listen. To experience Him, we need to open our minds and hearts to the possibility of God's voice speaking to us. Look at Jesus. Listen to His words. Open your mind and heart to His presence. We don't need to be on the top of a mountain to experience God's fullness. He is already with us.

Take a few moments to reread the gospel. Imagine you're before the Lord as He speaks to you in His glory. What does He say to you? How will that word help you on your Lenten journey?
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In today’s gospel, we hear the powerful witness of Jesus’ Transfiguration. Peter, James, and John had the incredible opportunity to see Jesus in all of His glory on the top of Mount Tabor. They also saw the prophets Moses and Elijah appear conversing with Jesus. We know from the Old Testament that both of these prophets had mountain top experiences with God, when they received divine commissions on Mount Horeb. In both encounters, Moses and Elijah stood on holy ground at the peak. This represented the closest place between Heaven and earth, the place where God would descend to humanity. Mountain tops were places of encounter and revelation.  Both men hid their faces when they realized God was truly present. These encounters caused a sense of awe and holy fear. They could not look upon the glory or power of God. Yet, both men were changed after their encounter. Jesus however, in this encounter with God, did not hide His face. His face shown in full glory, and the disciples were changed by this encounter.  We too are called to have mountain top experiences, moments where we encounter the Lord God. These encounters often times happen for us on spiritual retreats, but really anytime in prayer when we can avoid distractions and focus on the Lord, we can hear Him speak to us.  To have an encounter with the Lord we have to prepare ourselves. To see Him, we need to look. To hear Him, we need to listen. To experience Him, we need to open our minds and hearts to the possibility of Gods voice speaking to us. Look at Jesus. Listen to His words. Open your mind and heart to His presence. We dont need to be on the top of a mountain to experience Gods fullness. He is already with us.  Take a few moments to reread the gospel. Imagine youre before the Lord as He speaks to you in His glory. What does He say to you? How will that word help you on your Lenten journey?

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"Behold Jesus in front of you, hanging on the Cross. See His gentle, sorrowful face. His Heart aches because so many for whom He's dying have rejected His goodness and love. Will you reject Him, too? Before you answer, listen to His words from the Cross, "I thirst." He's speaking to you. He thirsts for you. Do you thirst for Him? He thirsts that you might thirst for Him. Tell Him that you thirst for Him. Ask Him to help you thirst for Him more. Beg Him for this grace.

Jesus thirsts for your love, and He wants your help. Will you help Him? Before you answer, look at how much He has given you. He created you in love, washed away your sins in His blood, clothed you with His divine life, and prepares a place in His Father's house for you to dwell with Him in joy for all eternity - and there's more. Jesus wants to share with you His mission. He wants your help in bringing everyone back home to His Father. That, too, is His gift to you. Will you accept it? Will you help Him? He's counting on your help. He needs you...

If you're having difficulty saying yes to Jesus, turn to Mary. She knows how to say yes to God, and she'll help you. Ask her: "Mary, my mother, please lend me your yes. Please be with me...Help me not to let Jesus down. Help me to have courage and to believe in His love for me." Ask the angels and your favorite saints to pray for you. Beg the Father and the Holy Spirit to give you a thirst for Jesus, to give you a burning love for the one who burns with love for you...

Look again at Jesus, hanging on the Cross. See His gentle, sorrowful face. Hear Him say to you, "I thirst." Now earnestly pray: "Jesus, I thirst for you. Help me to thirst for you more. Use me, Jesus. Form me into a saint. Make up for all my faults. I trust in you. With Mary's help, I give you my yes.""

Meditation taken from Father Michael E. Gaitley's book 'Consoling the Heart of Jesus: A Do-It-Yourself Retreat Inspired by the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius'
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Behold Jesus in front of you, hanging on the Cross. See His gentle, sorrowful face. His Heart aches because so many for whom Hes dying have rejected His goodness and love. Will you reject Him, too? Before you answer, listen to His words from the Cross, I thirst. Hes speaking to you. He thirsts for you. Do you thirst for Him? He thirsts that you might thirst for Him. Tell Him that you thirst for Him. Ask Him to help you thirst for Him more. Beg Him for this grace.  Jesus thirsts for your love, and He wants your help. Will you help Him? Before you answer, look at how much He has given you. He created you in love, washed away your sins in His blood, clothed you with His divine life, and prepares a place in His Fathers house for you to dwell with Him in joy for all eternity - and theres more. Jesus wants to share with you His mission. He wants your help in bringing everyone back home to His Father. That, too, is His gift to you. Will you accept it? Will you help Him? Hes counting on your help. He needs you...  If youre having difficulty saying yes to Jesus, turn to Mary. She knows how to say yes to God, and shell help you. Ask her: Mary, my mother, please lend me your yes. Please be with me...Help me not to let Jesus down. Help me to have courage and to believe in His love for me. Ask the angels and your favorite saints to pray for you. Beg the Father and the Holy Spirit to give you a thirst for Jesus, to give you a burning love for the one who burns with love for you...  Look again at Jesus, hanging on the Cross. See His gentle, sorrowful face. Hear Him say to you, I thirst. Now earnestly pray: Jesus, I thirst for you. Help me to thirst for you more. Use me, Jesus. Form me into a saint. Make up for all my faults. I trust in you. With Marys help, I give you my yes.  Meditation taken from Father Michael E. Gaitleys book Consoling the Heart of Jesus: A Do-It-Yourself Retreat Inspired by the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
Fishy Friday Funny  Please tell me Im not the only one that thinks like this.  I dont always crave meat, but when I do its on a Friday during Lent, and for some reason all I want any other day of the week is fish!  At least I can look forward to the Knights fish fry tonight.

Our Lady, Mother Mary, revealed the following 15 promises to for those who recite the rosary to St. Dominic (the saint to whom the rosary was first given in the 12th century) and later to Blessed Alan de la Roche (who reignited devotion to the rosary in the 15th century).

1. "Whosoever shall faithfully serve me by the recitation of the Rosary shall receive signal graces." (A signal grace may be a simple sign in daily life that answers a question made in prayer or points towards God’s will. For example, seeing a rose after finishing a novena to St. Therese of Lisieux could be considered a signal grace. Signal graces are often subtle or seemingly coincidental.)

2. "I promise my special protection and the greatest graces to all those who shall recite the Rosary."

3. "The Rosary shall be a powerful armor against hell, it will destroy vice, decrease sin and defeat heresies."

4. "It will cause good works to flourish; it will obtain for souls the abundant mercy of God; it will withdraw the hearts of men from the love of the world and its vanities, and will lift them to the desire for Eternal things."

5. "The soul which recommends itself to me by the recitation of the Rosary shall not perish." (Meaning if you faithfully pray the rosary and ask for Mary’s intercession you will be saved from hell.)

6. "Whosoever shall recite the Rosary devoutly, applying himself to the consideration of its Sacred Mysteries, shall never be conquered by misfortune. God will not chastise him in His justice, he shall not perish by an unprovided death; if he be just he shall remain in the grace of God, and become worthy of Eternal Life." (An unprovided death means dying while not in a state of grace, with unconfessed mortal sin in the soul. The Blessed Mother promises that anyone who regularly prays the Rosary, and earnestly tries to live according to God's will, will be spiritually prepared when their time of death comes.)

7. "Whoever shall have a true devotion for the Rosary shall not die without the Sacraments of the Church."

8. "Those who are faithful to recite the Rosary shall have during their life and at their death the Light of God and the plenitude of His Graces; at the moment of death they shall participate in the Merits of the Saints in Paradise."

9. "I shall deliver from purgatory those who have been devoted to the Rosary."

10. "The faithful children of the Rosary shall merit a high degree of Glory in Heaven."

11. "You shall obtain all you ask of me by recitation of the Rosary."

12. "All those who propagate the Holy Rosary shall be aided by me in their necessities."

13. "I have obtained from my Divine Son that all the advocates of the Rosary shall have for intercessors the entire Celestial Court during their life and at the hour of death."

14. "All who recite the Rosary are my Sons, and brothers of my Only Son Jesus Christ."

15. "Devotion to my Rosary is a great sign of predestination." (Meaning that a devotion to the rosary is a good indication that the devotee is on the path to Heaven.)
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Our Lady, Mother Mary, revealed the following 15 promises to for those who recite the rosary to St. Dominic (the saint to whom the rosary was first given in the 12th century) and later to Blessed Alan de la Roche (who reignited devotion to the rosary in the 15th century).  1. Whosoever shall faithfully serve me by the recitation of the Rosary shall receive signal graces. (A signal grace may be a simple sign in daily life that answers a question made in prayer or points towards God’s will. For example, seeing a rose after finishing a novena to St. Therese of Lisieux could be considered a signal grace. Signal graces are often subtle or seemingly coincidental.)  2. I promise my special protection and the greatest graces to all those who shall recite the Rosary.  3. The Rosary shall be a powerful armor against hell, it will destroy vice, decrease sin and defeat heresies.  4. It will cause good works to flourish; it will obtain for souls the abundant mercy of God; it will withdraw the hearts of men from the love of the world and its vanities, and will lift them to the desire for Eternal things.  5. The soul which recommends itself to me by the recitation of the Rosary shall not perish. (Meaning if you faithfully pray the rosary and ask for Mary’s intercession you will be saved from hell.)  6. Whosoever shall recite the Rosary devoutly, applying himself to the consideration of its Sacred Mysteries, shall never be conquered by misfortune. God will not chastise him in His justice, he shall not perish by an unprovided death; if he be just he shall remain in the grace of God, and become worthy of Eternal Life. (An unprovided death means dying while not in a state of grace, with unconfessed mortal sin in the soul. The Blessed Mother promises that anyone who regularly prays the Rosary, and earnestly tries to live according to Gods will, will be spiritually prepared when their time of death comes.)  7. Whoever shall have a true devotion for the Rosary shall not die without the Sacraments of the Church.  8. Those who are faithful to recite the Rosary shall have during their life and at their death the Light of God and the plenitude of His Graces; at the moment of death they shall participate in the Merits of the Saints in Paradise.  9. I shall deliver from purgatory those who have been devoted to the Rosary.  10. The faithful children of the Rosary shall merit a high degree of Glory in Heaven.  11. You shall obtain all you ask of me by recitation of the Rosary.  12. All those who propagate the Holy Rosary shall be aided by me in their necessities.  13. I have obtained from my Divine Son that all the advocates of the Rosary shall have for intercessors the entire Celestial Court during their life and at the hour of death.  14. All who recite the Rosary are my Sons, and brothers of my Only Son Jesus Christ.  15. Devotion to my Rosary is a great sign of predestination. (Meaning  that a devotion to the rosary is a good indication that the devotee is on the path to Heaven.)
Quiz time who remembers the gospel message from Ash Wednesday Mass? Jesus gave us a description for how we are too pray, fast and give during Lent.  Ill give you a hint, He was talking about not being prideful in the way that we give, pray and fast. How have you been doing so far? Have you been quietly fasting without making a big fuss about what youve given up? Do you pray silently in your room where no ones sees except our Lord? When you make donations do you do so anonymously?  God will repay you for the good deeds that you do, but dont do them so that others will see your good works. Do those good deeds for the sake of righteousness in bringing about the Kingdom of God.
Do you really believe that Jesus rose from the dead?  This is a good question to ask ourselves especially now during the season of Lent. If we dont believe that Jesus rose from the dead then what is the meaning of the rest of our faith. If it werent for the Resurrection of Jesus we would never have the opportunity to enter the gates of Heaven. If we dont believe in the Resurrection then what was the purpose of Jesus suffering and death. We couldnt really believe that our God is all good and all loving if we believe that He sent His only Son to suffer and die for no reason.  Moreover the season of Lent would be completely useless without the Resurrection. But this idea goes both ways, we cant have an Easter Sunday without Good Friday (the day Jesus died). We cant celebrate great joy without first knowing the pain of great suffering.  Maybe youve found yourself questioning if Jesus really came to earth, if He really suffered and died on the cross like we say He did and that He rose from the dead. May God give you the grace of faith this Lent to truly believe that Jesus suffered, died and rose to offer you the gift of eternal life. May this season of sacrifice bring about great joy come Easter morning.

What are you doing this Lent to turn away from yourself and the world and turn back to God? Our lives are filled with modern conveniences, we literally have the world at our fingertips. We are comfortable, more than comfortable in most instances. So much so that we become complacent with the expectation that things will simply be handed to us. How often do we take for granted the fact that we have running water in our house, or a stocked refrigerator, that our phone automatically connects to the WIFI, that we can come in from the cold and our house is warm.

The season of Lent is a time to give up a little bit of that comfort for just a taste of what the Kingdom of Heaven will be like one day. Pope Benedict XVI said, “the world offers you comfort, but you were not made for comfort. You were made for greatness.” Let’s be intentional this Lent in reducing our comfort level, even if it’s just a little bit. And by doing so let’s pray that we will share in Jesus’ glory on Easter Sunday while being flooded with His joy and peace.

In today’s gospel, we hear that Jesus was drove out into the desert to be tempted by Satan for forty days. He continually said no to Satan while following the will of the Father. We also hear that the angels were with Him ministering to Him. So this Lent let us be reminded that we aren’t on this journey alone. God is with us, His angels are with us and we are walking together towards the Lord.

I pray that your eyes will be opened this Lent to realize just how precarious your existence is. That you will learn to be dependent on the Lord and confident that He hears your prayers. I pray that in giving up what makes you comfortable, you find a peace you have never felt before.
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What are you doing this Lent to turn away from yourself and the world and turn back to God? Our lives are filled with modern conveniences, we literally have the world at our fingertips. We are comfortable, more than comfortable in most instances. So much so that we become complacent with the expectation that things will simply be handed to us. How often do we take for granted the fact that we have running water in our house, or a stocked refrigerator, that our phone automatically connects to the WIFI, that we can come in from the cold and our house is warm.  The season of Lent is a time to give up a little bit of that comfort for just a taste of what the Kingdom of Heaven will be like one day. Pope Benedict XVI said, “the world offers you comfort, but you were not made for comfort. You were made for greatness.” Let’s be intentional this Lent in reducing our comfort level, even if it’s just a little bit. And by doing so let’s pray that we will share in Jesus’ glory on Easter Sunday while being flooded with His joy and peace.  In today’s gospel, we hear that Jesus was drove out into the desert to be tempted by Satan for forty days. He continually said no to Satan while following the will of the Father. We also hear that the angels were with Him ministering to Him. So this Lent let us be reminded that we aren’t on this journey alone. God is with us, His angels are with us and we are walking together towards the Lord.  I pray that your eyes will be opened this Lent to realize just how precarious your existence is. That you will learn to be dependent on the Lord and confident that He hears your prayers. I pray that in giving up what makes you comfortable, you find a peace you have never felt before.
Friday Funny  For you are dust and to dust you shall return. Genesis 3:19  That is why I dont dust. It could be someone I know.
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