with Father Dave
Wisdom 3:1-9 Immortality is ascribed to those who sincerely sought to live by God’s designs. In God’s plan, suffering is not an indication of divine displeasure, but rather it always is an chance for purification and greater reliance upon divine mercy. John 6:37-40 Jesus is the Holy One sent by the Father. Jesus is the […]
Isaiah 25:6-10a God bestows everything on us without measure. God offers us a veritable feast of joy! He does this expecting that we will learn to give ourselves without counting the cost and keeping score. Matthew 22:1-14 In this parable, Jesus reveals how intensely God the Father desires the salvation of all people. […]
Isaiah 5:1-7 This is one of the most memorable passages from the entire Old Testament book. God plants the very best grapes, but the crop fails. It represents the people of Israel. God wanted them to be the best, but they failed because of their sinful pride. Matthew 21:33-43 Undoubtedly, the parable of the “wretched […]
In Pursuit of God and More Meaningful Daily LivingView More
The field is won! Whatever difficulties and struggles we face, the Lord Jesus makes possible our ultimate victory. Tests and trials enable us to become who God has created us to be. Persevere by keeping your sights set squarely on Jesus. Seek to be with Him wherever you are. Go to Him right now.
Catholics celebrate certain feasts whenever they happen to occur on Sunday. So it is this Sunday – NOVEMBER 2 – when we will set aside the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time in order to commemorate the souls of all the faithful departed -or, ALL SOULS DAY. The Feast of All Souls connects past, present, and […]
Winds of confusion are swirling from the recent Church synod on the family that took place in Rome earlier this month. Rest assured, there is no ambiguity as to what the Church holds to be true. God’s beautiful plan for the sacred partnership of life and love – marriage – is between a man and […]
Homilies, Music, Video & Reflection
We are located at 5522 Dorr Street, Toledo, Ohio 43615. Parking is accessible from Olimphia Road. We recommend parking in the north lot for church. See you at Mass!