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December Homilies

December 31, 2017.mp3  Fr. Gerry reflects on celebrating The Holy Family, and what it means to be Holy — it means related to God. All families truly are Holy. Mary and Joseph were not spared from difficulties, hardships and fears though they were the parents of the Christ Child. But, they show us how to be in harmony & in communion with God; how to hear Him and be responsive to Him.

This Sunday's Readings (December 31) text version  and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (January 7) text version and audio version

December 24, 2017.mp3 Fr. Gerry reflects on Mary's great calling and how she didn't know what great hardships she would face by saying yes to God's plan. He relates this to two common expressions of our day, "Things are not always how they appear to be." or "If I had only known, I would have done things differently."

This Sunday's Readings (December 24) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (December 31) text version  and audio version

December 17, 2017.mp3  Fr. Gerry reflects on the ministry of John the Baptist and how he heralded the coming of Jesus. Jesus never commanded we go to church. So, why do you come to church? Fr. Gerry invites everyone to send in your answer to that question.

This Sunday's Readings (December 17) text version  and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (December 24) text version and audio version

December 10, 2017.mp3  Fr. Gerry asks us to remember these five words: Fellowship, Discipleship, Ministry, Evangelization, Worship.  He plans to speak on these words again in the coming weeks. This Homily is helping us prepare for the coming of Christ — He who is like us in all things but sin. Only in the Grace of the Holy Spirit can begin to grasp this enormous event of God choosing to become one like us in our world so He could lead us to the Kingdom He has prepared for us. 

This Sunday's Readings (December 10) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (December 17) text version  and audio version

December 3, 2017 — We have no recorded homily as Fr. Gerry was out of town.

This Sunday's Readings (December 3) text version  and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (December 10) text version and audio version

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Updates from the youth group. Prayers as they head home tonight. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Ordination Anniversary Fr. Gerry!Don't miss a chance to show Fr. Gerry Hurley of St Paul Catholic Church some ordination anniversary love!!!

Thank you Fr. Hurley, for answering "yes" to God's call. May the Lord bless you abundantly for your generous and devoted service to our diocese.
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Happy Ordination Anniversary Fr. Gerry!

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We love you Father Hurley! Happy anniversary! Thank you so much for your service to the Lord and to our community!

Happy Ordination Anniversary!! You have been truly a blessing to our family. You are a Godly role model to all of us. Gob bless you!!

Happy anniversary! We are so grateful to you and the wonderful community you have built at St. Paul!

Happy Anniversary! So blessed you followed God’s calling!

Happy Anniversary!! You are such a Blessing!! ❀️❀️

Happy Anniversary! We love you!

Happy Anniversary, Father Hurley! You are cherished!

Happy Anniversary and many more happy times. πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈ

Happy anniversary father.

Happy Anniversary, Padre!

Happy Anniversary! We are blessed to have you!

Happy Anniversary Father!!!

Happy Anniversary ❀️

Happy Ordination Anniversary Father Gerry and God bless you!

Happy Anniversary Father

Happy Anniversary!πŸ˜‡πŸ™πŸ»πŸ˜‡

Happy Anniversary!!

Happy Anniversary, Father!!

Happy anniversary! Father Hurley is the best! God bless you !!

Happy anniversary my friend

Happy Anniversary!!!

May God continue to bless you. Happy anniversary πŸŽ‰

Happy Anniversary!

Happy Anniversary!

Happy Anniversary, Father!

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"In the Sacred Heart, every treasure of wisdom and knowledge is hidden. In that divine heart beats God’s infinite love for everyone and for each of us as individuals." – St. John Paul II (1920-2005)

"Do not let the past disturb you. Leave everything in the Sacred Heart of Jesus and begin again with joy." – St. Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997)
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In the Sacred Heart, every treasure of wisdom and knowledge is hidden. In that divine heart beats God’s infinite love for everyone and for each of us as individuals. – St. John Paul II (1920-2005)

Do not let the past disturb you. Leave everything in the Sacred Heart of Jesus and begin again with joy. – St. Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997)

Join us tomorrow for our First Friday Healing Mass at 10:00AM followed by Brunch in the FLC Gym.

This will be the last brunch as we break for the summer. Please watch the bulletins for our fall return date.
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Join us tomorrow for our First Friday Healing Mass at 10:00AM followed by Brunch in the FLC Gym.

This will be the last brunch as we break for the summer. Please watch the bulletins for our fall return date.

SAINT BONIFACE MARTYR, APOSTLE OF GERMANYβ€”680-754 A.D.
Feast: June 5

"Isolated missionary groups had penetrated central Germany in earlier times, but not until the eighth century was there a systematic effort to Christianize the vast pagan wilderness. Thirty-six years of missionary labor under difficult and dangerous conditions, ending at last in martyrdom, entitle this good and courageous man to the designation, "Apostle of Germany."

To read the full article click link below:
www.ewtn.com/catholicism/library/saint-boniface-martyr-apostle-of-germany-5280
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SAINT BONIFACE MARTYR, APOSTLE OF GERMANYβ€”680-754 A.D.
Feast: June 5

Isolated missionary groups had penetrated central Germany in earlier times, but not until the eighth century was there a systematic effort to Christianize the vast pagan wilderness. Thirty-six years of missionary labor under difficult and dangerous conditions, ending at last in martyrdom, entitle this good and courageous man to the designation, Apostle of Germany.

To read the full article click link below:
https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/library/saint-boniface-martyr-apostle-of-germany-5280
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