Modern technologies improve our quality-of-life in many ways. Who doesn’t want comfortable and rich lifestyles? When people listen to the words of Jesus in the Eight Beatitudes, “Blessed are you who are poor, for the kingdom of God is yours,” or “blessed are you who are weeping…” Those words are filled with contradictions for many people! Maybe we would like to hear, “Blessed are you who are beautiful, healthy, rich, and famous.” The perception of poverty often includes conflict, difficulties, discontent, loneliness, or distress. Hence, we think of poverty as a misfortune, not a blessing!
Saturday Vigil 5:00PM
Reconciliation Saturday: 4:00-4:45PM
Sunday English 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 12:30PM
Sunday Spanish 10:45AM
Daily: Mon-Sat 8:30AM
Holy Day Masses 8:30AM, 7:00PM