In our second reading, St. Paul reminds us that we are a new creation because we are in Christ. [Click to read more.]
This week began the beautiful season of Lent, a time of reflection, discipline, and commitment. [Click to read more.]
The Saint Clement Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that in furtherance of Catholic education, once again this year the Parish will provide scholarship assistance to eligible students in the Parish. The Committee will be awarding scholarships to active parishioners who will be attending a Catholic grade school, high school, college or university in the […]
In this Sunday’s gospel, Peter is asked to move out into deeper waters and cast his nets. [Click to read more.]
Our Gospel acclamation reminds us of two very important realities of being a disciple of the Lord: that we are sent and we are to proclaim.
“We are sent” [Click to read more.]
I recently celebrated Mass at Lakewood Catholic Academy in the chapel with the 6th grade. [Click to read more.]
This weekend we bring to conclusion our Christmas season with the Baptism of the Lord. [Click to read more.]
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One of the unique liturgical characteristics of the Solemnity of Christmas is the particular readings assigned depending on the time of the Mass. [Click to read more.]
Greetings can be expressed and exchanged in so many ways. The different styles of greetings that we learn come primarily from our cultural experience. [Click to read more.]
Both parishes have a beautiful history of showing compassion for the poor. From the giving trees, the St. Augustine collections, and the community meals program, our communities have consistently supported our struggling brothers and sisters in these and so many other ways. [Click to read more.]
As we enter this month of December, we are filled with joy for the many blessings that God has showered upon us. [Click to read more.]