Good Shepherd Sunday

04-25-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus,

Good morning to all. May the risen Christ bless you with peace, joy and protection.

This fourth Sunday is called Good Shepherd Sunday. Jesus often used the imagery of shepherds and sheep to show his care for others. The imagery is old but the message is still relevant to us.


The Relationship between Ignorance and Faith

04-18-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear People of God,

On this third Sunday of Easter, the liturgy of Word of God invites us to celebrate the living Christ, who is our advocate. Through his death and resurrection, he advocates for us. Ignorance and doubt keep us in fear and darkness, while Christ illumines and strengthens our faith. The major problem of the Jewish leaders who crucified Christ was ignorance. They thought they knew God and were advancing his course. On the contrary, they were actually working against it. Hence, they remained stubborn.


Divine Mercy Sunday

04-11-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear people of God,

At the outset, I express my special thanks to Deacon Edward, Deb & Roman Kujak, Jim & Bernice Semling, Peter Schaffner, Steve Duellman, Janice Dworschak, Peggy Duellman & her girls, Bryce & Mary Lisowski, Max Bachhuber, Ellie Taverna, Mary Helmueller & John Helmueller, Mary Hildebrand and Scott Pronschinske who helped us to celebrate this Easter in a meaningful way in our three churches. I also appreciate all those who donated for purchasing of Easter flowers.


Alleluia! He Is Risen!

04-04-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear People of God,

Christ is risen and the Lord is risen indeed! Today, we celebrate the Resurrection of Christ! This event is the greatest event in our Catholic faith. It is through the resurrection that Christ defeated sin and death and opened for us the gates to eternal life. All of God’s promises are fulfilled through this glorious event. This year, we are to celebrate Easter in a challenging context. The COVID-19 pandemic, which has affected the whole world, this situation has dwindled our enthusiasm to celebrate Easter.