Browsing the June 2022 archive of The Pastor's Note

Pastor's Note| 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time| June 26, 2022

Posted by Delma Garcia on 6/24/22

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

How well do you handle rejection? This Sunday's Gospel reading shows us how the disciples reacted to rejection. They had entered a Samaritan village ahead of Jesus, as he had asked them to do, to gather an audience. But because the Samaritans had an ... Read More »

Pastor's Note| Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ| June 19, 2022

Posted by Delma Garcia on 6/17/22

Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

"Love is like five loaves and two fish, always too little until you start giving it away." This is the message inscribed at a shrine near the northern end of the Sea of Galilee, built where Jesus multiplied a ... Read More »

Pastor's Note| Solemmnity of The Most Holy Trinity| June 12, 2022

Posted by Delma Garcia on 6/10/22

Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

What don't you know that you hope God will reveal to you? What have you been asking Jesus to tell you that is still unanswered? What teaching of the Church don't you understand or agree with? In this Sunday's Gospel reading, Jesus explains ... Read More »

Pastor's Note| Pentecost Sunday| June 3, 2022

Posted by Delma Garcia on 6/03/22

Pentecost Sunday

John 20:19-23 is one of two possible Gospel readings for Pentecost Sunday. In it, Jesus says "peace be with you" twice. First, he gives his disciples the gift of peace so that they can take their focus off of their worries to look at him and recognize ... Read More »