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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As Christmas Approaches

Dear Friends, Today is the final Sunday of Ordinary Time, the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe. Next weekend will be the First Sunday of Advent and the start of a new liturgical year. Our readings this weekend move us from the prophet Daniel’s glorious vision of Christ’s universal dominion, to the Book of Revelation attesting the faithful witness of Jesus as savior who makes us into a kingdom, priests for God, and finally to the Gospel of John with Jesus before Pilate testifying to the truth which sets us free. We know that Jesus’ crown is of thorns not gold and His throne is the Cross. Through His ultimate sacrifice of laying down His life for our sakes, we have acc

For All of US

Dear Friends, This weekend we welcome Andrew Clark who is studying at Saint Charles Seminary for the Diocese of Arlington and who is assigned here on Thursdays for pastoral service experience along with Anthony Albanese. Andrew will speak at all the Masses about the annual Seminary Appeal, which is underway. He is a fine young man open to the Lord and His work. On behalf of our priests, deacons and parish staff, I extend to all of you and your loved ones our prayerful wishes for a very blessed Thanksgiving Day. This special day of giving thanks to God for all of His bountiful blessings is a wonderful opportunity to gather with family and friends as we give thanks. Our Mass this Thursday

Celebrating and Learning Together

Dear Friends, On this Veterans Day weekend, we salute and honor all veterans who faithfully served our country. We are grateful for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to serve and sacrifice for freedom. We also want to give thanks for all who are serving our country now in the Armed Services. May God bless and protect them in the fulfillment of their duties. Our ChristLife series, Sharing Christ, the third part of a three part series, has been meeting together for the past five weeks. This Monday evening will be their final evening gathering before their daylong retreat on Saturday, November 17. The participants will all be present at the 4:30 pm Vigil Mass that da

Love One Another

Dear Friends This weekend we celebrate the Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time. However, November 4 is also the feast of Saint Charles Borromeo. This was and continues to be a special day at our Seminary for obvious reasons. This is also the time of the year for the annual Seminary Appeal. You most likely received a packet in the mail already. Seminarian Andrew Clark, Diocese of Arlington, who is studying at our Seminary and joins Anthony Albanese on Thursdays working at our parish will speak at all the Masses on the weekend of November 17-18. Saint Charles Borromeo lived at the time of the Protestant Reformation. He became the Archbishop of Milan and was a driving force in the renewa

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