Welcome to the Blog of Monsignor Michael T. McCulken, our Pastor. 
These posts are mainly comprised of weekly bulletin messages from Monsignor. 
God Bless You!

We are blessed!

Dear Friends, Our Holy Week and Easter celebrations were truly awesome, prayerful, inspiring and blessed. There was a special grace this year during the Triduum and Easter. Thanks be to God! My heartfelt gratitude to everyone who worked so diligently to make the Church and the celebrations so very special. Thanks to Father Buck, our Deacons, all our parish staff, our volunteer weekly cleaners, our flower decorators, our Sacristans and other volunteers who helped on Holy Saturday to clean and prepare the Church and our liturgical items for Easter, our Altar Servers and Assistant Masters of Ceremonies, Elizabeth Calabro, our Lectors and Cantors, our choirs (Adult and Children), our organist

Happy Easter!

Dear Friends, “The Lord is truly risen, alleluia. To Him be glory and power for all the ages of eternity, alleluia, alleluia.” These words, the Entrance Antiphon for Easter Mass, announce the glory and meaning of the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. A blessed, happy and holy Easter to you and to your loved ones! We have reached the pinnacle of the Liturgical year, having celebrated the Sacred Triduum and Easter, through which we personally enter into the mystery of God’s redeeming mercy and love for each of us. As you know, the celebration of Easter lasts for eight full days ~ the Octave of Easter, after which we continue to rejoice in the Lord’s victory over sin and death througho

Palm Sunday

Dear Friends, Happy and Blessed Palm Sunday! We begin our Holy Week, the most important and most beautiful week of our Liturgical year. We enter more deeply into the Paschal Mystery of our Lord’s dying and rising! May it bring great peace, comfort and hope to everyone in these difficult times. Last year we re-instituted the practice of covering the statues in Church in purple cloth for the last two weeks of Lent. In the Roman Missal for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, it states “the practice of covering crosses and the images throughout the church from this Sunday may be observed.” Most of us probably remember this practice from our childhood years. It was a practice that faded for a while

Lent Observances

Dear Friends, Next Sunday is Palm Sunday! Palms will be blessed and distributed at all the weekend Masses. Palm Sunday begins our Holy Week, a most pivotal and important week of Faith celebrations that we call the Sacred Triduum ~ Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil and Easter. These sacred celebrations are most beautiful and moving. I hope that you and your families will be present for them all. Our Youth Group will present a special and inspiring celebration of the Stations of the Cross on this Friday, April 12 at 7 pm, followed by Benediction. This is the second year they are doing this for our parish family. The early part of Holy Week also holds some very special events to he

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