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The Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary Print E-mail

Our Lady of the RosaryWe would like to warmly invite everyone to come and pray with us for
peace in the World on

Wednesday, October 7th during

 The Holy Mass at 5:00 PM

 Presiding will be our

Most Reverend Thomas Wensky, Bishop of Orlando

At 7:00 PM - Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Our Lady of the Rosary Candlelight Outdoor Procession, followed by
the Rosary (all Mysteries)

Your prayers and presence are needed!!!

654 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA   (215) 345-0600  



Fatima Day in American Czestochowa Print E-mail

Fatima Day in American CzestochowaWe invite you to come and pray with us for peace in the World! 

 Tuesday, October 13th during

The Holy Mass at 7:00 PM

Presiding will be our

Most Reverend Cardinal Justin Rigali, Archbishop of Philadelphia

Your prayers and presence are needed!!!


654 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA   (215) 345-0600


Feast of the Holy Body & Blood of Christ Print E-mail

St. Francis Xavier Church on 16th Street in Manhattan, in NY, is the place where Thomas Merton dropped in for a little rest after wondering around all day. He was confused, troubled and searching for an answer at a critical moment of his life. The Blessed Sacrament was exposed that day for public worship at St. Francis Xavier Church. I looked straight at the HostThe Holy Body of Christ and I knew now who it was…. And I said: Yes, I want to be a priest. Thomas Merton became a priest, a monk and a scholar. To know who Jesus really is and to experience his living presence, we must accept and believe what Jesus says about himself in the Holy Eucharist. The entire chapter six of the Gospel of St. John is the best written testimony to Jesus' words about himself as the Living Bread of heaven. I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Amen, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you do not have life within you.


THE MOST HOLY TRINITYThe greatest calamity of World War II was the Nazi occupation of Warsaw and the subsequent slaughter of humanity in the concentration camps. The following words of great faith and hope were found written on the wall of one of the concentration camps: I believe in the sun even when it isn't shining. I believe in love even when it isn't feeling. I believe in God even when he is silent. This little story of faith and hope in time of greatest persecution and suffering clearly explains the meaning and the purpose of today's feast of the Blessed Trinity. It simply reminds us that God exists and He is the master-planner of our lives. It reminds us that God is as much a reality as the air we breath for the preservation of life. Today's feast of the Blessed Trinity reminds us that God is as much a mystery as life itself.

Come, Holy Spirit! Print E-mail

Come, Holy Spirit!Come, Holy Spirit! How often have you heard this prayer? What could be more appropriate on Pentecost than welcoming the Holy Spirit just as simply and humbly as the apostles did so long ago? What could be a more appropriate way to pray today than simply repeating, "Come, Holy Spirit" over and over again, trusting that God will hear and answer? Even if it seems silly and repetitious, don’t worry. Simple requests like these can be very powerful. Just keep praying, “Come, Holy Spirit,” and see what thoughts, images, or emotions flow into your heart. You can be confident that if they are good and godly thoughts, the Holy Spirit is behind them.

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