Archive for March 2019

The Thin Blue Line that Runs through Everyone

Yesterday, the city of Phoenix buried one of its own police officers with honors from both the Police Department and the Air Force. But his true memorial was a mass held at his home parish in St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Church out in the west Valley. He left behind a wife and two adult…

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Community of Hope Sunday, March 31

Community of Hope Sunday, March 31 after the 10:15 service  What do you do with your faith? Every one of us is a part of what God is doing here and around the world. Or at least we are called to be. What are you doing to bring God’s love to the world? On Sunday,…

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Lent and Holy Week

A couple of decades ago now, the Roman Catholic Church dropped Ash Wednesday services from their official services because it was not a specific day of remembrance but rather just the beginning of a season.  Or maybe a Diocese did. Anyway, people flocked to our little parish to get their ashes. It was a packed…

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