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Stone's Folly: Birthplace of the 20th Century Pentacost

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 6/04/13

STONE’S FOLLY BIRTHPLACE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY PENTECOST

 

 In the late 19th century an Italian nun, Sister Elena Guerra, implored Pope Leo XIII to call the Catholic Church to pray for a new Pentecost. The Holy Father issued an encyclical, “Divinum Illud Manus” in May 1897 on the ... Read More »

How a Pope is Chosen

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 2/28/13

How A New Pope Is Chosen The Cardinals who gather to elect the next Pope will follow a 1996 document issued by Blessed John Paul II, as amended by Pope Benedict XVI in 2007 and 2013, which outlines the process to be followed if the papacy, or Apostolic See, ... Read More »

An Announcement from Monsignor

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 2/28/13

January 18, 2013 Dear Parishioners of St. Joseph, St. Vincent de Paul and St Mary Star of the Sea: Praise be Jesus Christ.. .now and forever!I want to announce a change in the clerical staffing of our peninsula cluster of catholic parishes. For some time, I have been thinking that ... Read More »

We've Come This Far By Faith

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 1/11/13

We've Come This Far By Faith 

Our Journey of Faith

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 1/11/13

Our Journey of Faith

Year of Faith

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 10/18/12

Renew Your Faith

Week One: Prayer 

Week Two: The Mass

Week Three: Evangelization 

Week Four: Outreach

Reflections

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 9/25/12

June 8 & 9, 2013

June 1 & 2, 2013

May 26 & 26, 2013

May 18 & 19, 2013

May 11 & 12, 2013

May 4 & 5, 2013

April 27 & 28, 2013

April 20 & 21, 2013

April 13 & 14, 2013

April 6 & 7, 2013

March 30 & 31, ... Read More »

New Evangelization Briefing

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 7/19/12

Come Take a Look at the Catholic Church

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 7/17/12

Monsignor Recommends: Why a Celibate Priesthood?

Posted by Kimberly Primo on 6/13/12

Why a Celibate Priesthood?

The celibacy of the Catholic priesthood is a sign of great contradiction in our time. Our culture stares at it in blank incomprehension, and on that blankness it projects numerous fantasies to try to explain it.

So we are told both that St. Paul forbade ... Read More »