Amen Corner

Amen Corner

Amen Corner - September 19, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Written by Kathy Kuczka

Next Sunday at the 11:00 a.m. Mass, and continuing each Sunday at that Mass, we will again offer what is known as a Children’s Liturgy of the Word. This is a program where young children leave the church near the beginning of Mass to ... Read More »

Amen Corner - September 12, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Written by Kathy Kuczka

The Tokyo Summer Olympics are now history as the Paralympic Games ended last weekend. When Barron Pierre de Coubertin, a Frenchman, founded the modern Olympic Games at the turn of the 20th century, he chose French as the Games’ first official language. But as ... Read More »

Amen Corner - September 5, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Written by Kathy Kuczka

Who in parish ministry will ever forget those early weeks of the pandemic? I will always remember celebrating the sacred Triduum in an empty church. It felt like an experience in a twilight zone. Several of our key symbols were missing, the washing of ... Read More »

Amen Corner - August 29, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Written by Kathy Kuczka

Sunday – Our First Feast

 What are your childhood memories of Sunday?  Was it a day that began with worship?  Was it a time set aside to spend with family and friends?  Were there special meals or other family rituals?  Sunday for my family ... Read More »

Amen Corner - August 22, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

The Bread We Eat Click above for this weeks' Amen Corner.  

Amen Corner - August 15, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Written by Kathy Kuczka

This year, the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary falls on Sunday. At the heart of Sunday’s Gospel reading is the Magnificat, the song which, according to the gospel of Luke (1:44-55), Mary sang to her cousin Elizabeth:

 

My soul ... Read More »

Amen Corner - August 8, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Written by Kathy Kuczka

The word tabernacle in Hebrew means “dwelling place.” It is also derived from the Latin word tabernaculum, which means tent. In Biblical times, the tabernacle was known as the dwelling place of God. Within the tabernacle was an inner shrine known as the “Holy ... Read More »

Amen Corner - August 1, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Receiving the Eucharist Opening Ourselves to Change Click above for this weeks' Amen Corner.

Amen Corner - July 25, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Opening Children to God's Love Click above for this weeks' Amen Corner.

Amen Corner - July 18, 2021

Posted by Kathy Kuczka

Mary Magdalene: A Witness of Faith to Generations Click above for this weeks' Amen Corner.