From the Pastor’s Desk – August 25, 2019

We are coming to the end of another month, August is slipping by and September is close at hand. We have been reading from the Letter to the Hebrews, not knowing who the Hebrews are and we do not know the author of this text, but it reads very much like a self-help book that […]

From the Pastor’s Desk – August 18, 2019

Statement from Bishop Cantú and the Diocese of San Jose, August 4, 2019 From the community still wounded from a mass shooting just a week ago in Gilroy, we send our prayers and heartfelt concerns to the people of El Paso and Dayton, and all those affected by the recent shootings that have left 29 […]

From the Pastor’s Desk – August 11, 2019

Statement on Deadly Violence in El Paso and Dayton by Liz Sullivan, Editor, Valley Catholic “From the community still wounded from a mass shooting just a week ago in Gilroy, we send our prayers and heartfelt concerns to the people of El Paso and Dayton, and all those  affected by the recent shootings that have […]

From the Pastor’s Desk – August 04, 2019

How often do we expect someone else to solve our dilemmas? How often do we decide issues singly or by ourselves? When someone asks Jesus to solve an inheritance issue for him, Jesus does not answer the request. He makes one comment and instead he tells a parable about a rich man whose land produces […]