Welcome to the Blog of Monsignor Michael T. McCulken, our Pastor. 
These posts are mainly comprised of weekly bulletin messages from Monsignor. 
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Call To Arms

Dear Friends, Saint Paul speaks about end things, times and seasons, “the day of the Lord.” As our liturgical year draws to its conclusion next Sunday, our readings during these days do focus our attention on the four last things ~ death, judgment, heaven and hell. As I mentioned in my homily last weekend, this is not a morbid concern but actually one of joyful anticipation. With this weekend’s readings, it is also a call to arms. What call to arms? Our first reading is a beautiful colloquy or reflection on the varied beauties of the worthy wife, a woman who fears the Lord and therefore is to be praised by all. As I read the reading in the light of the Gospel, I was taken to the truth t

New Blessings

Dear Friends, We welcome to Saint Eleanor, Elizabeth Calabro, our new Director of Sacred Music. This is her first weekend here and we are very happy to welcome her to our Parish Family. She will speak at all our Masses next weekend but in the meantime be sure to introduce yourself to her this weekend. She already has had the opportunity to meet with the members of our Liturgy Committee and Pastoral Council. We also welcome back this weekend, Alessandro Giardini, our Seminarian Acolyte who was with us last summer and continues with us through this school year on Thursdays. Alessandro will be speaking at all the Masses this weekend regarding the annual Seminary Appeal. You received a packe

Sacred Music

Dear Friends, As you are aware, we have been in search of a Director of Sacred Music for our Parish. I am very excited to report that we have been successful. Elizabeth Calabro begins full time with our parish on Monday, November 6. I am also very pleased to share that Dan Weckerly, who has served our parish family for fourteen years as our Music Director part time, will now assume the role of Principal Organist. This position will allow Dan some flexibility in his schedule (he recently changed jobs), while he continues to share his fine organ skills and music contributions to all of our worship celebrations here. His responsibilities will be playing and accompanying rather than the admi

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