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Did you know that there is a prayer alcove with a humongous BVM behind the priest's sacristy? All are… instagram.com/p/q1qU5cvJ_j/
CCD--Here We Go Again... - saintaloysiusonline.org/blog/…
Dcn Al leaves today. Pray for him while he's on retreat, visiting home, finishing classes. He'll be back to us in December.
Did you know there's seating in the Tabernacle area in Church? Spend time with our Lord via hall left of sanctuary. pic.twitter.com/Zb5ahiLCe8
We pray for officers, Goodell & Santiago, who lost their lives this week in the line of duty and their families.
Grace In Death - saintaloysiusonline.org/blog/…
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The Diocese of Trenton is getting a new Bishop. A really, really new Bishop. In fact, he isn’t even a Bishop yet (he’ll be ordained July 30). The Very Reverend David O’Connell will become our Coadjutor, which means that when … Continue reading
Yesterday I had the opportunity to lead a couple of tours of non-parishioners around our Church at our Open House. It was really nice to be able to welcome people who aren’t Catholic, or at least not familiar with our … Continue reading
The Easter Vigil was awesome. Anyone who was there saw the new fire started, the Paschal Candle get lit, heard some of the best music this Diocese has to offer, saw two really neat adults get baptized and another brought … Continue reading
Normally, when you think of the word “good,” unbearable pain, intense suffering, public humiliation and feelings of abandonment and shame aren’t the first things that come to mind. There is a certain standard of what is good in human experience, … Continue reading
We celebrate several things on Holy Thursday: the Last Supper that Jesus observed with his apostles; the Jewish feast of Passover which honors God’s saving power explicitly lived out in human history and our need to come together in community … Continue reading