Compassion and Generosity

07-25-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear people of God,

Good morning to you all. I am very happy to see many new faces in our weekend Mases. You are most welcome. May our mighty God bless us all with all the blessings that we need including peace and protection. On this seventeenth Sunday, we celebrate Christ the new Elisha who feeds, and unites us in him.


Christ the True King

07-18-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear people of God,

Good morning to you all. On this sixteenth Sunday of the ordinary time, the readings invite us to celebrate Christ, the true king and compassionate shepherd who redeems and restores his people to the Father.

Our first reading is a messianic prophesy. That is, a prophesy about the coming of Christ, the Messiah. In the first reading, the prophet Jeremiah, thunders against Israel’s careless leaders – the king, some priests, and some court prophets – because they have shown no concern for the poor.


Called - Chosen - Sent Out

07-11-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear people of God,

Good morning to you all. The reading of this fifteenth Sunday speaks about how God chooses people for particular missions and about how God chooses all of us who believe to give witness to Him. God calls each one of us and invites us to follow Him and to proclaim His message to others.


Happy Independence Day

07-04-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear people of God,

I express my sincere thanks to all those who sent me sympathy cards in view of beloved Mother Irudaya Mary’s Loss. Your prayers and your words of encouragement really strengthened me a lot. Thanks a lot who prayed for me and sent me birth day cards in view of my Birth day. Special thanks to all the PCCW ladies for arranging birthday party at Waumandee house.

I wish you all a Happy Independence Day!


Letter to the Faithful on Lifting of the dispensation for the Obligation to Attend Mass

06-24-2021Weekly ReflectionBishop William Patrick Callahan

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

May the Lord give you peace!

The Spirit of the Lord is upon us! As we recall Jesus' words in Holy Scripture, "Behold, I make all things new," I am pleased to announce the lifting of the general dispensation from Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation, and I welcome all of you back to your faithful Catholic family beginning the weekend of June 26-27, 2021. Only those who have reasonable cause for a continued absence from Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation shall continue to be dispensed. The Mass is our intimate encounter with Jesus. We offer our lives together with Jesus to God the Father.


Thank You!

06-20-2021Weekly ReflectionFather Joseph C. Nakwah

Dear Parishioners,

My sincerest thanks and appreciation, both to the Diocese of La Crosse and Father Arul Doss (Pastor) for allowing me to be able to come to his Tripatile Parishes of Fountain City, Alma, and Waumandee for the Annual Mission Appeal Program.

On November 20, 1969, the Diocese of Sekondi-Takoradi was carved out of the Archdiocese of cape Coast Ghana - West Africa. The Diocese of Sekondi-Takoradi is situated in the southwestern coastal part of Ghana. The Diocese is bordered on the west by LaCote d'Ivorie, on the east by the Central Region of Ghana and to the south with the Gulf of Guinea (Atlantic Ocean). The Seat/See of the Diocese is the Twin City of Sekondi-Takoradi.


The Kingdom of God

06-13-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear Friends in Christ,

Good morning to you all. I am very to see some new faces in the weekend Masses. I appreciate and thank you all for your participation and great smiles. May our mighty God bless you all continuously with His choicest Blessings.

On this eleventh Sunday of ordinary time, the readings speak about kingdom of God.


Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

06-06-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear Friends,

We celebrate Corpus Christi. The feast of Corpus Christi was proposed by St. Thomas Aquinas to Pope Urban IV, emphasizing the joy of the Eucharist being the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. Having recognized the authenticity of the Eucharistic Miracle of Bolsena , in 1264, the pope, then established the feast of Corpus Christi as a Solemnity.

Jesus shared table many times with his disciples. Of all the meals he shared with them, the meal that stayed in their memory more than any other was their last meal i.e., last supper.


Pentecost Sunday

05-23-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear people of God,

Today we celebrate Pentecost Sunday, coming of the Holy Spirit on apostles and mother Mary. The Spirit is in fact the Easter Gift par excellence. He is the Creator Spirit, who constantly brings about new things. Today’s readings show us two of those new things. In the first reading, the Spirit makes of the disciples a new people; in the Gospel, he creates in the disciples a new heart.


Feast of the Ascension of the Lord

05-16-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear People of God,

On this 7th Sunday of Easter, we celebrate Christ’s Ascension into heaven. At the end of His earthly life Jesus ascends triumphantly into heaven. Today’s feast is a culmination of the events of the Paschal mysteries of Christ. It was evident that the death of Christ was never going to be a defeat, but a victory, exaltation and a glorification. Like every good child, having fulfilled his mission, He has returned to render full account of his work to his father. As a body of Christ, we rejoice because today we celebrate the final victory of Jesus over Satan and this world. This is a sign of hope that, as Christ our head defeated Satan and defiled the force of gravity to ascend to the father, we too shall one day overcome all the forces. Ascension also reminds us that we are on a journey and that, rather than this world, heaven is our final destination.


Selfless Love

05-09-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear People of God,

Good morning to you all! Happy Mother’s Day. I wish and pray that all our Mothers may be blessed with the choicest blessings of our Risen Lord Christ through the powerful intersession of our Mother Mary.

One of the remarkable qualities of a Mother is selfless love. On this sixth Sunday of Easter, the readings are all about love. It is a very fitting day liturgically to celebrate Mother’s Day. Both second and gospel reading are calling us to love as Christ loves. This request from our Lord is no small endeavor. It is something we must work at every day in every moment. When we put it at the forefront of our minds and hearts, and strive to live it out each day, it will transform our lives and impact others, too.


Abide in Christ

05-02-2021Weekly ReflectionFr. Arul Doss

Dear People of God,

First of all, I thank and appreciate all those who worked for the spring fundraiser for our St. Boniface school children. Many Volunteers, Parents, Teachers, Staff and Students worked with dedication, Zeal and more enthusiasm. I was very much taken up by your hard work and commitment. I think that this year, the entire program of fundraiser was more different and lot of fun than the previous years. I also thank heartily also who supported this fundraiser by sacrificing your time, lot of stuffs for auction and money.