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    a presentation by Fr. Brian... One of the greatest mysteries we face in the world today concerns suffering and death.  How we come to address these issues, in many ways affects our relationship with God, the world and those people most immediately part of our lives.  We have many questions about why bad things happen to good people; and why, if God is a loving God, does he allow such terrible things to occur; and once death arrives, how do we properly give ritual to that event.  In short, how do we find meaning is the midst of pain and loss? We will be having a seminar to address these issues and maybe begin to help you formulate answers to these questions that have plagued humanity from the beginning. Join us on two consecutive Tuesday evenings, May 17th and 24th, from 7:00 – 8:30 pm at St. Mary Church Parish Hall.

  • ERIC GENUIS… Free Will Concert

    Eric’s career began in Krakow, Poland in 1997 when a government dignitary heard his music and invited him to headline the entertainment for an AIDS benefit concert.  This premier performance was attended by 15,000 people, and since then, he continues to perform worldwide, upwards of 100 concerts per year, in countries including the United States, Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, and Poland. In additional to performing for millions of people, Genuis has composed and recorded 4 CDs and written music for film, documentaries, television and Internet media. Eric Genuis is a musical tour de force, and his concerts are a proven thrill to music lovers of both classical and contemporary music.  Join us at St. John Church for this SPECTACULAR event on Sunday, June 12th at 7:00 pm. For more information on this musical genius, visit his website at

Other News...

    The 2016 CATHOLIC APPEAL IS HERE... . In making your 2016CatholicAppealgift to the 2016 Catholic Appeal, you will join hand with tens of thousand whose generosity brings the love of Christ to so many in our Archdiocese. Click {HERE} to learn more about this year's appeal!