Browsing the October 2015 archive of Fr. Schweiger's Blog

October 25, 2015

Posted by Site Administrator on 10/25/15

This coming week we celebrate a very important holiday! Now, if you have children, your mind may immediately think “Halloween”. While that is important to candy and sweets seeking children (and, ok, let’s be honest—adults too who can dip into the candy jar as you hand out the “treats”. ... Read More »

October 11, 2015

Posted by Site Administrator on 10/11/15

Pope Francis recently published his encyclical “Laudate Si”. Here is an excerpt from chapter 2.

65. Without repeating the entire theology of creation, we can ask what the great biblical narratives say about the relationship of human beings with the world. In the first creation account in the Book ... Read More »

October 4, 2015

Posted by Site Administrator on 10/04/15

"Thankfulness is the beginning of gratitude. Gratitude is the completion of thankfulness. Thankfulness may consist merely of words. Gratitude is shown in acts." Henri Frederic Amiel

Over the past three years, many parishioners and nonparishioners have been working hard on our “Pew Project.” The results of countless hours of ... Read More »

September 27, 2015

Posted by Site Administrator on 10/04/15

We experienced a historic event this week. Pope Francis has made his first pastoral visit to the United States. While there are many elements to the visit, the primary reason for coming was to attend the World Meeting of Families being held in Philadelphia. The theme for the meeting ... Read More »