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— October 11, 2017

The twelve promises of Jesus for those devoted to His Sacred Heart

This Monday, the sixteenth of October is the Feast Day of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. Margaret Mary was called "the Beloved Disciple of the Sacred Heart.” Devotion to the Sacred Heart is the theme of all her writings. Margaret Mary encouraged the faithful to receive Holy Communion on the first…

— October 7, 2017

2017-2018 Catholic Ministry Appeal: "Glorifying the Lord by Our Lives".

Our Diocese of Rochester has launched the 2017-2018 Catholic Ministry Appeal. The theme of this year’s campaign is "Glorifying the Lord by Our Lives.” Stewardship challenges us to recognize that each of us has received gifts from God – namely our time, talent, and treasure. God expects us to…

— September 28, 2017

Respect Life Month

October is designated by the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops as Respect for Life Month. We are challenged to reflect on the sacredness of life and to have a respect for life from the moment of conception through natural death. Our respect for life at all stages calls us to have a…

— September 21, 2017

2017-2018 Catholic Ministry Appeal

Our Diocese of Rochester has launched the 2017-2018 Catholic Ministry Appeal. The Catholic Ministry Appeal is the annual appeal inviting Catholics in the Diocese of Rochester to join in partnership to advance the mission of our Church. This year's theme "Glorifying the Lord by Our Lives"…

— September 10, 2017

The Devastation of Hurricane and Tropical Storm Harvey

The old saying goes "When it rains it pours". The poor residents of the Greater Houston and southeastern Texas areas effected by 'Harvey" have been hit by more rain than can be imagined!

— September 10, 2017

Campaign for Human Development Collection

A second collection will be taken up next weekend for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. There are over 46 million people in the United States living in poverty, and this collection supports programs to empower local communities to address the challenges they face. The Catholic Campaign…

— September 3, 2017

Financial Report

In the bulletin today is a financial report for Good Shepherd Catholic Community. This report does not include the revenue and expenditures of the Food Pantry that became an independent not-for-profit corporation and was relocated to a building in the Southern Cayuga Central School during this past…

— August 27, 2017

Remembering the Seventh Bishop of Rochester

This week I spend a few days on Conesus Lake with some of my classmates from St. Bernard Seminary. My brother classmates from the Diocese of Rochester marked our 35th Anniversary to the priesthood this year. Our classmates from other dioceses were ordained one year earlier. Whenever we get…

— August 18, 2017

Feast Days

As Catholics there are many levels of feast days that we celebrate during the liturgical year. This past Tuesday we celebrated the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary which is a Solemnity and a Holy Day of Obligation. A Solemnity is the highest rank of feast days, celebrating a mystery of the…

— July 24, 2017

The Gift of Our Lives: One Generation to the Next

On Sunday, July 9th, I attended a 102nd birthday party for Libby Perkins. Her actual birthday was June 24 but the celebration was held at a time when most of her family and friends could gather to honor her. Also present at the party were Malvie Hunt, (101 years old herself), and Genevieve Mahaney.…

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