Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

“For today the Virgin Mother of God was assumed into heaven as the beginning and image of your Church coming to perfection.” (Preface for the Assumption)

Today’s Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is significant for you and I who love Our Mother of Perpetual Help. We have a hint of just how significant in the words of the first reading which is taken from the book of Revelation...

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August: Co-Redemptorists – so much more than...

I am happy to tell you that the Co-Redemptorist Association is celebrating its 55th year of helping young men discern their vocation to the Redemptorists. In that time, your gracious support has helped more than 300 men have become Redemptorist priests and brothers.

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Fr. Lyle Konen, C.Ss.R. Daily Reflection:

Fr. Lyle Konen, C.Ss.R.-Seattle, WA
Aug 30, 2014 - 1 Cor 1:26-31; Ps 33:12-13, 18-21; Mt 25:14-30

An early missionary always encouraged me to use stories in my homilies. And he reminded me that is what Jesus did. Of course in His days there were no books for ordinary common use. Besides, very few were able to read. There was no television. No ipods. No kindles. So how were the people to remember His teachings? He told stories. He used events, nature, experiences, to teach. People would remember them. Reflect on them and change their life. Today’s gospel is about something with which everyone would be familiar. Can you see Jesus teaching you in your life’s story?

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