From the Pastor’s Desk – November 3, 2019

My experience of last week was a series of events, from the highlight of participating in the Progressive Dinner, enjoying dinner before the power was turned off for parts of the State, Bay Area and Almaden Valley on Saturday evening to celebrating my dad’s 100th birthday on November 2nd, Saturday, more on that celebration next […]

From the Pastor’s Desk – October 27, 2019

Who do we listen to? Our family, our friends, what about the weak, the poor, the orphan and the widow, those in need? Listening to the passage from the Book of Sirach today, God knows no favorites, but God listens to the cry of the oppressed, responds to the needs of the orphan and hears […]

From the Pastor’s Desk – October 20, 2019

Do you pray alone or with others every day? Our first answer is, of course, I pray alone each day in my personal, private prayer with God, Mary, and/or Christ. To begin, our parents and teachers taught us basic prayers like the “Angel of God,” the Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be. In preparation […]

From the Pastor’s Desk – October 13, 2019

Naaman the Syrian was a commander of the army of the king of Aram, highly respected and valued by the King even though he was a leper as we read today in 2 Kings. He was someone who had a skin disease that in Jewish circles would make him unclean. He seeks healing for his affliction from Israel’s king who […]