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Information and Sermons

Information and Sermons

"Disney" or "Christ?"

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

It’s good you’re sitting down. Since I don’t have kids, I was floored by the Disney Kingdom’s pre-virus sticker price for four days. Two adults (over 10-years-old, parents are getting younger every day) along with two children under ten years costs – ready for this? $2,624.00. Now, remember that ... Read More »

One Tiny Flame

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

The Parable of My Tiny Flame on My Kitchen Table(Please listen for these four words and their application to your lives)single flame:  the pilot light of our lives that burns that is needed to burn throughout our lives.
scent:  the promises of life that are not always realized; whether real ... Read More »

"Investment, Yield, Return"

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

(spoken softly)Let’s see. If I enter the Calendar Raffle, I could win $25.00 for a weekday but a $100.00 for a Sunday. Ummm. It only costs me $25.00 and I’m good for the whole year. But if I put that $25.00 under a rock then I’ll have that $25.00 ... Read More »

Fr. Joe Hornacek's Sermon for Debbie Hintz

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

Ecclesiastes 3:1-15Romans 8:16-34, 37-39John 11:17-27 Friday, 10-30-20 - Debbie Ann Hintz Our heartfelt concern and promise of continued prayers go out to each of you:  Gladys, Jean and Jeff, The Van, Laurie and Tom, Dave and Rachel, Tim and Elizabeth, Angie, Fr. Dick, and all Debbie’s aunts and uncles, ... Read More »

Joseph and His Dreamcoat

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

Northwest Catholic Prayer Service

"All Saints," Opposites Unite

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

Up or down. Asleep or awake? Then there is also big, small and colorless black, white. Life’s opposites. Or, so we think. It’s been said that in dating, opposites often attract. In religion, we believe the opposite of opposites. In religion, opposites unite. In daily life, it makes sense ... Read More »

God Bless You, Debbie

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

“Life is changed, not ended….” And while there is finality in death that cannot bedenied for those left behind, therein also is the root of Christian hope, “a hopethat does not disappoint.” (Romans 5:5)It is with great sorrow and sadness that we announce the death of our belovedformer parish ... Read More »

Imitation of Christ, 30th Sunday

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

My neighbor’s two-year old son carries around Sheriff Woody. Just try taking Woody away from him. How often is Marlon Brando mentioned by actors as a model. Either to meet his standards or surpass them?

How many saints looked to Jesus Christ as a model. Meeting his standards may ... Read More »

Unspoken But Felt Words

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

Here are two words you’ve never used in sentences your entire life. You’ve surely felt and experienced them but never having them leave your lips. They are St. Paul words. “Yearning and groaning.”  Today it’s the tension between Caesar’s tax and giving to God what belongs to God. Jesus ... Read More »

Opening Gifts

Posted by Fr. Joe Jagodensky

"A feast of rich food and choice wines" may very well be the hopeful thoughts of those on dialysis three times a week."On this mountain, he will destroy the veil that veils all peoples," may very well be the revelation that you do not know everything about everything just ... Read More »