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Entries for September 2020

After more than a month of outdoor Masses, we thank God for allowing us to celebrate His Eucharistic feast inside his house of worship once again.  We pray for God's continued protection and favors. Here is a schedule of our St. Luke Masses in the Main Church: Saturdays -  8:30am and 5:00pm Sundays   -  8:00am and 10:00am Weekdays - 8:30am (starting October 2, First Friday) At the heart of the Eucharistic celebration are the bread and wine that, by the words of Christ and the invocation of the Holy Spirit, become Christ's Body and Blood. Faithful to the Lord's comm...

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First Friday Mass in Honor of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus (Oct. 2, 2020 - 8:30AM)
ST. LUKE's FIRST FRIDAY MASS in HONOR of the MOST SACRED HEART of JESUS October 2, 2020 (8:30am) Come let us adore and worship our Lord, whose Sacred Heart longs to pour out upon us His graces and gifts. Let us consecrate ourselves to the Sacred Heart by acknowledging Him as Creator and Redeemer and as having full rights over us as King of kings, by repenting, and by resolving to serve Him. Let us also make reparation for the indifference and ingratitude with which He is treated. Please join us in honoring the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus during...

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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time Greetings from our Pastor
Dear St. Luke friends,  On this 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Christ calls all of us to work in His vineyard and with patient love waits for us to respond to His invitation.  Even if we have said "no" multiple times, we can turn around. Christ is always there to welcome us and He never tires of drawing us all to His Heart. Whenever we feel that there is no hope for us to change, let us focus our gaze on Christ, who is the perfect model of doing the Father's will.  His perfect submission to the Father redeemed us from death and brought...

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25th Sunday in Ordinary Time Greetings from our Pastor
Dear St. Luke friends,  On this 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Christ, who is our first beginning and last end, affirms that He never tires of calling us to His vast vineyard of merciful love.  No matter what our past is, with its failures, disappointments, or waywardness, our Divine Merciful Savior comes to our rescue even to the end, welcoming our contrite hearts, with His all-embracing love and salvation. Each week, at the Lord's Eucharistic celebration, either at St. Luke's or virtually at home, we are blessed to encounter God&...

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24th Sunday in Ordinary Time Greetings from our Pastor - A Heart to Forgive
Dear St. Luke friends,  On this 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Christ assures us that there is a place reserved for each one of us in His Heart. In His Heart, we find solace and comfort during times of suffering and trials.  In His Heart, we find a refuge each time we fall from our own sinfulness.  In His Heart, there is an infinite ocean of mercy where we experience true and lasting forgiveness and peace (especially through the sacrament of reconciliation). Each time the Lord welcomes us to His Eucharistic feast either at St. Luke's or vir...

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23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Greetings from our Pastor
Dear St. Luke friends,  On this 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Christ assures us that He is in our midst whenever we gather in His name.  Christ comes to us anew as we gather again to worship Him around the Lord's table at St. Luke's or virtually at home.   Let us pray that the Spirit of God will help us follow His call to live in peace with one another and recognize Christ's presence in others.  We look around and see that Christ is present in our loved ones, in those whom we work with, in the front-liners who help provide bas...

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