All are welcome in this place
Come visit our place of comfort and peace during these chaotic times. Enjoy the words of Father Richard Mangini, a Catholic priest and beloved retired pastor of Saint Bonaventure Catholic Community in Concord, California.
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Personal and Spiritual Maturity: “Living the Truth in Love, We Should Grow in Every Way into Him Who is the Head”
A Letter from Saint Paul to the Ephesians, 4:13-18 Until we all attain to the unity of faith and knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the extent of the full stature of Christ, so that we may no longer be infants, tossed by waves and swept along by every wind ofContinue reading “Personal and Spiritual Maturity: “Living the Truth in Love, We Should Grow in Every Way into Him Who is the Head”“
April 11, 2021 I want to begin sharing with you about my remarks regarding the Gallup Poll I referred to last Sunday because Sunday’s paper printed another follow-up, titled: “The Church may be shrinking, but belief in God is not.” The Gallup Poll reported that as many as 87% of Americans still profess a beliefContinue reading “II Sunday of Easter: “Today, I want to reflect with you about grief.”“
April 4, 2021 I don’t title my homilies, but I do try to find a phrase that summarizes the message. What comes to me today is “From the Head to the Heart.” The Catholic Church has been celebrating Easter or the Passover (Pascua) for over 2000 years. Somewhere, we hear the story in our catechismContinue reading “Easter Sunday: From the Head to the Heart “
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