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Unfathomable Freedoms – Joseph W.

April 15, 2021
Unfathomable Freedoms Looking through the readings for this Sunday, I’m struck by a peculiar similarity between the various passages: that of freedom. Looking first to the reading from the Third Chapter of Acts, we see the leader of the Apostles,

Without Seeing, I Believe – Sr. Jan

April 8, 2021
Today is the 2nd Sunday of Easter, also known as Divine Mercy Sunday. As I  reflected on the readings for the day, trying to decide my topic for today’s pastoral column, I realized there were many directions to go. I

The Stone Removed – Dcn. Dan

April 2, 2021
The Stone Removed Our Easter morning Gospel relates the experience of Mary of Magdala. When she approached the tomb of Jesus very early in the morning of the first day of the week, Mary noticed that “the stone had been

Lenten Audio Series | Listen to Your Fathers

March 25, 2021
  Welcome to this audio series! In this video, we’re taking a look at the nitty-gritty details of the Incarnation from the eyes of some of the smartest Christians to ever live. – If God is so powerful, why couldn’t

1000 Prayers For Lent

March 25, 2021
We have received almost 200 prayer requests sharing the worries, burdens and dreams of our community. As we receive prayer requests, they get sent through the prayer vine and will be a part of our weekly intercessions at weekend Masses.

A Prayer on Patience – Becky

March 18, 2021
I first began to learn the virtue of patience when I attended World Youth Day in 2002 in Toronto. There is nothing like trying to find dinner or a bathroom along with 200,000 others gathered for Mass with Pope John

Saints in Heaven, Pray for Us! – Abby K.

March 11, 2021
This week, we get to celebrate two feast days that are near and dear to us here at the Quad-Parishes: St. Patrick and St. Joseph. The Catholic Church has an amazing calendar in which we get to celebrate people who

God Is God of All – Fr. Armando

March 5, 2021
God Is God Of All Today is the Third Sunday of Lent. The Church invites us to continue our reflection on Christ’s suffering, death, and resurrection as we share in his Paschal Mystery. If we go back to the readings,

Dear Quad Parish Parishioners – Fr. Tony

February 25, 2021
Dear Quad Parish Parishioners, “Rend your hearts not your garments and return to the Lord, your God.” (Joel 2, 13) As we experience the ambience of Lent in the whole of Christendom, we make this season a special time –

Driven By The Spirit

February 18, 2021
Driven By The Spirit How often have you heard today’s gospel and not even noticed that Jesus was driven into the desert by the power of the Spirit? It’s the same Spirit that got you to church today. It’s the