Listen with Faith

06-16-2024Weekly ReflectionFr. Aruldoss

Dear People of God,

"Dads are most ordinary men turned by love into heroes, adventures, story-tellers, and singers of songs." – Pam Brown. I wish all dads and father figures A Happy Father’s Day. May our mighty God bless all the Fathers & Father figures continuously with His choicest Blessings.

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Choose the Power of Love

06-09-2024Weekly ReflectionFr. Aruldoss

Dear People of God,

Praise the Lord! First of all, on behalf of all my Parishioners, I wish and congratulate Sr. Ramona Ann Schmidtknecht who celebrates her 70th Jubilee year as a School Sister of St. Francis. Her life has been dedicated to teaching, working and ministering to the poor and underprivileged in Holly Springs, Mississippi for more 55 years. She continues to work in this mission at present. Since Waumandee is her home parish, we are offering a special Mass for her on 8th June 2024, at our St. Boniface, Waumandee. You are most welcome!

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The "ANSWER" Eucharistic Rally

06-02-2024Weekly ReflectionFr. Aruldoss

For the first time in 83 years, our nation will celebrate a National Eucharistic Congress in July 2024. National Eucharistic pilgrims will travel along four routes that originate in California, Texas, Connecticut and Minnesota. The Marian Route originates in Lake Itasca, Minnesota, and will travel through the Diocese of La Crosse.

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Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

05-26-2024Weekly ReflectionFr. Aruldoss

Dear people of God,

Good morning to you all. This week we return to the liturgical season of Ordinary Time. This Sunday and next Sunday, however, are designated as solemnities, special days that call our attention to the central mysteries of our faith. Today, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. This feast invites us to consider what we believe about God, who has revealed himself to us in the Trinity, one God in three Persons.

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Pentecost Sunday

05-19-2024Weekly ReflectionFr. Aruldoss

Dear people of God,

Good morning to you! Today we celebrate Pentecost Sunday. Pentecost, meaning "fifty," is the day that the Holy Spirit descended on Mary and the apostles in the form of tongues of fire, fifty days after Easter in the upper room in Jerusalem. This event also marks the beginning of the Church. Our First Reading of today speaks the first Pentecost. During this encounter with the Holy Spirit, the apostles and Mary felt a driving wind, there were tongues of fire on the heads of each of them and the Spirit allowed them to speak in different tongues proclaiming acts of God.

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Mother's Day / Ascension of the Lord

05-12-2024Weekly ReflectionFr. Aruldoss

Dear People of God,

Happy Mother’s Day to all our beloved Mothers! On this day, let us remember and pray for our mothers both living and deceased who dedicated their lives for us.

On this 7th Sunday of Easter, we celebrate Christ’s Ascension into heaven. He has completed his mission by fulfilling his father’s will. So, as a good son, He has returned to render a full account of his work to his father. As Christ’s disciple, we rejoice because we celebrate the final victory of Jesus over Satan and this world. This is a sign of hope that we, too, shall overcome all the forces of sickness, poverty, humiliation, injustice, and oppression that try to subdue us in this world.

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Sacrificial Love

05-05-2024Weekly ReflectionFr. Aruldoss

Dear people of God,

Good morning to you all! First of all, I express my sincere thanks to all those who volunteered with your equipment for cutting down of trees and cleaning them in and around the hill near the parking lot at our Fountain City. I wish and pray that you may be blessed with the choicest blessings of our Risen Lord Christ.

This weekend, six students of parishes are going to receive Holy Communion for the first time. Let us keep them in our prayers, so they that may grow in faith and love of our mighty God.

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