“With Much Conviction”

“For our gospel did not come to you in word alone, but also in power and in the Holy Spirit and with much conviction.” (1 Thes.1:5). This past festival weekend has been a great witness of the power of the Holy Spirit and much conviction. I am grateful for the many volunteer hours that were … Continued

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Apparitions in Fatima

It was in May of 1917 that the first Apparition of Mother Mary was experienced by three young children in Fatima, Portugal. The historic events of Fatima in 1917 have inspired the world for generations; we are another generation that recognizes the gift of Mother Mary for our world. The Mother of Jesus accepted her … Continued

The Landowners Vineyard (Mt. 21:33-43)

This weekend, our 2016-2017 Stewardship Report is included in our bulletin. We are blessed at St. Timothy Parish with a fertile vineyard. All that we have is from the Lord, and for the Lord. The Lord has entrusted us with many blessings. The first step is to name the blessings that he has given us, … Continued

Organization of Charity – St. Vincent de Paul

On September 27th, we celebrated the feast of St. Vincent de Paul. We are blessed to have a fantastic local St. Vincent de Paul Society in our parish. It is amazing how this society has grown into an International Support group. It was actually started by a group of young adults in Paris. The St. … Continued

“Christ Will Be Magnified In My Body.”

(Ref. Phil. 1:20-27) Blessings to you and your families. I invite you to count your blessings; be aware of them and let your blessings be seen and shared by others. We hear of earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, wildfires, persecution and enslavement of people.  Where is Christ in the midst of crisis and turmoil? Christ is in … Continued

Post Hurricane Irma

“We Too Can Gain Strength” This week we have so much to be grateful for and we have so much to pray for. Our area was spared from a powerful hurricane. We were spared from a direct hit of the potentially most historic storm in our history. I believe there is a great deal that … Continued

Come and Enter into God’s Rest

The Fall Season is off and running. How is your prayer life? Is it engaged and active or dormant and lethargic. If you would like a spiritual energy boost, I invite you to carve out time during your week for some quiet time with the Lord. In our parish, we are choosing a stewardship model … Continued

The Ascension of the Lord

“I Am With You Always.” The days of the Easter Season will soon be coming to an end. We have celebrated a beautiful season together. Next weekend is Pentecost Sunday and then we are back to Ordinary time, and the Easter decorations are coming down. However, I pray the Easter graces may continue to take … Continued

“Come Celebrate With Us”

This Sunday afternoon (May 21st) we will gather for our Annual Multi-Cultural Picnic. You will be amazed how many different cultures are represented in our parish. We are blessed to have such a rich diversity of cultures. Each family, each person, and each culture adds to the rich diversity which we celebrate in our community. … Continued

Happy Mother’s Day and Thank You!

This weekend as we celebrate Mother’s Day, we also celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Apparitions of the Blessed Mother in Fatima. In 1917, Mother Mary appeared to three young children with a message of peace for our world. The three children were able to hear the message of the Blessed Mother, and they shared … Continued