Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.
Where there is hatred, let me sow love.
Where there is injury, pardon. Where there is doubt, faith.
Where there is despair, hope.
Where there is darkness, light and where there is… Continue reading
Ascension Press is offering a podcast that enables you to read the bible in a year.
In the Bible in a Year podcast, starting January 1st, 2021, Fr. Mike Schmitz walks you through the entire Bible in 365 episodes, providing… Continue reading
On Thursday, December 24, Mass will be celebrated in Church at 2 pm and 4 pm. Mass will be celebrated in the Parish Center at 3 pm and 5 pm.
On Christmas Day the schedule is: 8 am Mass in… Continue reading
The first reading for the last Sunday in Advent tells us the Savior will come from the house of David and his kingdom will endure forever.
“The LORD also reveals to youthat he will establish a house for you.And when… Continue reading
Advent begins on Sunday, November 29. Do you have your advent wreath ready ? Make a simple one at home.
Here’s what you need to make an Advent Wreath :
a wire wreath 12” is good. Feeling creative ? Make… Continue reading
Here’s a fresh look at the parable of the talents. These insights come from Fr. Robert Schoenstene, a former Old Testament professor at Mundelein Seminary. He reminds us that a talent in ancient times was a measure of something weighty.… Continue reading
In Sunday’s Gospel on November 8, we heard the parable about those wise enough to be prepared to wait for a long time. If Jesus came back today, would you be ready to meet him ?
The Old Testament contains… Continue reading
November 1, All Saints Day, is a solemn feast in honor of those those men and women who have gone before us and are now saints in heaven. We are united with all the saints in heaven and profess… Continue reading
In this week’s gospel Jesus answers the question, “Which commandment is the greatest ?”
His response is what we call the Great Commandment. Love God. Love your neighbor. Love yourself.
Commit to one loving action this week. Reach out to someone who is lonely.
When Generations of Faith was first introduced to parishioners more than 14 years ago, it was our hope to create a learning environment that would not only teach the truths of the Catholic faith but also support families as faithful… Continue reading