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!

Road to Emmaus

Dear Friends, Our Gospel this weekend is the Lucan Resurrection story ~ the Road to Emmaus ~ that’s not the one here in Pennsylvania but in the Holy Land not far from Jerusalem. It’s a great story and one of my favorites. It seems to me that Jesus was very busy that first Easter Sunday. Two very dejected disciples are leaving Jerusalem, which in Luke means leaving the Church. They are discussing everything that happened. I once heard a priest preach that this means they were arguing together. Not sure now why he said that but in human relations we do that at times, especially when things are important to us and we are a bit confused. The two don’t recognize Jesus who comes up to them. Notice

Palm Sunday

Dear Friends, Just when we thought life would not require more restrictions, we find ourselves still unable to celebrate public Mass on Palm Sunday, Easter and beyond. I know the inability to come together to worship the Lord at Mass and to receive Jesus in Holy Communion creates a deep yearning and longing within. This is a Lenten sacrifice that none of us envisioned. It has been imposed upon us. We need to embrace it and offer it to the Father to protect all the people in the world and bring an end to this pandemic. We certainly must continue to stay safe, wash our hands frequently, practice social distancing and remain at home a much as possible for now. But do not give into the worry and

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