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June 23, 2020

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June 23, 2020

Hi! This is John Nemmer. I would like to share some thoughts with you again. We just had a few troubling months because of the Corona Virus. We hadn’t been able to physically go to Mass and receive Jesus in the Eucharist for the safety of everyone’s health. However, by...

April 2, 2020

This is a adaptation of a reflection I gave yesterday online for the parish. As I've been personally reflecting on the environment we find ourselves in, I'm drawn to the lessons of history to find a way through. Old Testament, New Testament, and history since, the Lord...

March 19, 2020

Intrigued by my title, are you? Let me explain. In response to the outrage of public Masses being suspended, it’s caused great reflection to happen within myself as to, “why?” The “why” is a question that pertains to the outrage, not the suspension. My personal respons...

December 6, 2019

Hi! This is John Nemmer again. I would like to talk with you about Purgatory. Now, Purgatory is a place of purification where souls go after death if they really tried to live a holy life, but didn’t become Saints when they passed. Purgatory isn’t a second chance for t...

November 1, 2017

He didn’t suffer so we wouldn’t have to, He suffered so we would know how to.

– Chris Stefanick

Turning the calendar from October to November is a special time for Catholics. We honor all the Saints known only to God who went before us in the faith, and we solemnly remem...