Understanding the Stations of the Cross

by Terry Rogers   One of the most popular prayers during the Lenten season is, We adore you O Christ and we praise you, because by your Holy Cross you have redeemed the world. These beautiful words begin the prayers for the great devotion known throughout the Catholic Church as the Stations of the Cross. […]

Milford Celebrates MLK’s Dream

by Terry Rogers   On Monday, January 21, the Milford Area Ministerial Association and the Milford Interdenominational Minister’s Alliance presented “Remembering the Dream: Celebrating the Birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” at Banneker Elementary School. The program, led by Rev. Tiana Banks-Scott, included music selections performed by Ken Behrens, Moment UM and […]

Follow in Elizabeth Ann Seton’s footsteps

By Rev. Anthony Giamello  Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette By birth and marriage, Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton was linked to the first families of New York and enjoyed the fruits of living in high society. Reared a staunch Episcopalian by her mother and stepmother, she learned the value of prayer, Scripture reading and a […]

TAP Project Hopes to End Homelessness

by Terry Rogers     TAP FAITH Partnerships, a non-denominational, non-profit organization working with homeless, re-entry individuals, recovering addicts and those in need has launched their “Community Project” The goal of the project is to create emergency, transitional housing, outreach and ministerial services for those who are in need. “The project has undergone a metamorphosis […]

St. John’s Offers Religious Education Program

by Terry Rogers     Judy Purcell, Director of Religious Education at St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette, Harrington, says that the program provides faith instruction and prepares children in Pre-Kindergarten through 10th Grade for the sacraments. Purcell explained that there is also a program for older teens and adult workshops available as well. “Religious education […]

Holy Week Relives Redemption, Salvation

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette The Church celebrates the beginning of Holy Week with Palm Sunday and Passion Sunday. Sunday’s Liturgy combines contrasting moments of glory and suffering – the royal welcome given to Jesus by his followers and the unjust drama of his trial culminating in his crucifixion. Holy Week challenges us to remember and relive the […]

Sacrifices Made in Life

When we watch the Olympics, what do we see but young athletes who have made enormous sacrifices over the years? They have sacrificed a normal childhood for countless hours of hard work and pain and they have done it all just for that moment when they might stand on the winner’s platform at the Olympic Games. Parenthood is nothing more […]

We are God’s Temples

Rev. Anthony Giamello Pastor, St. John the Apostle/St. Bernadette St. Paul reminds us that we are God’s temples because the Spirit of God dwells in us. Hence, we have no right to desecrate God’s temple by impurity and injustice. We are expected to cleanse our hearts of pride, hatred, jealousy and all evil thoughts, desires […]

Families Raise Money for Puerto Rico

By Terry Rogers Ruthie Munoz-Basel says that her heart is heavy when she thinks of the disaster in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria devastated the island in late August. Hurricane Maria was the third major hurricane to travel through the Caribbean, after Harvey and Irma, leaving a path of destruction in their wake. Ms. Munoz-Basel’s […]

Framing A Sports Jersey

You really can’t mistake the white and blue uniforms on the ice although. The great opportunity for Canfield constantly that Brees appreciates that someday he end up being replaced and when he can take his time grooming Canfield. Summer time tour from the British Lions is happening after 12 years and also the rugby fans […]

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