By Fr. Paul Shovelain This coming week we celebrate Catholic Schools Week! I am grateful for our school and the opportunity to form our youngest parishioners in the faith. Their desire to learn about God is inspiring. They bring so much life and joy to our parish. Please join me in praying for them and […]Read More
GOD CAN USE ANYONE TO REVEAL HIS GLORY
By Fr. Kevin Magner Today the Church celebrates the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. It is, as far as I know, the only feast day in the Church’s calendar that celebrates a person’s conversion to the Faith. Even though there have been countless people who have converted to Christianity, St. Paul’s conversion stands […]Read More
Small Groups – Seek Jesus. Together.
By Fr. Paul Shovelain Isolation is not what we are made for. In fact, we are made in the image of God, who is the Trinity, 3 persons in one nature. We are made to live in relationship with God and other humans. Here at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and School, we want […]Read More
By Fr. Kevin Magner This Friday, January 22, is the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the United States in 1973. Since then, the degradation of American society has continued in a downward spiral. We are now living in a time in which rudeness is regularly practiced. We […]Read More
United in the Holy Spirit
By Fr. Paul Shovelain Leading up to inauguration day we are praying at our 3pm prayer time for the healing of our nation and our world which is so clearly broken and divided. As we seek to be United in the Holy Spirit, we ask the Lord to help us understand his plan and follow […]Read More