A Blessed Divine Mercy Sunday to all! Don’t forget that we will have Divine Mercy Devotions and Confessions beginning at 2:30pm this Sunday. We have six friars for confessions, and as you know there will be a lot of people going to confession. As always to accommodate everyone and to be kind to our generous priests, please as always, “Be Brief, Be Bold, Be Gone.”
We had such a wonderful celebration of Easter Sunday. The Masses were very full, the music was beautiful, and all our priests worked very hard to serve all of you. May we continue to enjoy this most blessed season of Easter all the way to the celebration of Pentecost.
Congratulations are also in order to all our Confirmation Candidates who recently received the Sacrament of Confirmation from Archbishop Dennis Schnurr on the Saturday of Palm Sunday weekend. Their names are printed in this weekend’s bulletin.
For the next four weeks I would like to speak to you about the Four Cardinal Virtues. The theology presented is of course from the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas. This week is the first installment with an Introduction to the Cardinal Virtues and then specifically the Virtue of Prudence.