Pentecost Sunday Mass from St. Isaac Jogues Parish, May 31, 2020.
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If Angels could be jealous of men, they would be so for one reason: Holy Communion. -St. Maximilian Kolbe
Inspiration for this time when we cannot physically be together as a parish community.
This video, The Veil Removed, is a short six minute film that reveals the coming together of heaven and earth at Mass, as seen by saints and mystics, revealed by scripture and in the catechism of the Catholic Church. Visit the The Veil Removed website here.
Welcome Letter from the Pastor
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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St. Isaac Jogues is pleased to introduce “Enhancing Stewardship through Electronic Funds Transfer.” This program is available to all of our parishioners. view here
Are you planning a wedding or need information about baptizing your child? Click here to get more information about the Sacraments. “Seated at the right hand of the Father” and pouring out the Holy Spirit on his Body which is the Church, Christ now acts through the sacraments he instituted to communicate his grace.” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 1084) A sacrament is a visible sign, instituted by Christ, to give grace. There are seven sacraments which Christ instituted and entrusted to the Church. The sevenfold list of sacraments is organized into three groups: initiation (into the Church, the body of Christ) – Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist; healing sacraments – Penance and the Anointing of the Sick; and sacraments of service – Holy Orders and Matrimony. We receive God’s sanctifying grace in the sacraments. The Catechism of the Catholic Church in paragraph 1999 notes that sanctifying grace has another name: deifying grace, or the grace that makes us godlike. We receive this grace in the Sacrament of Baptism; it is the grace that makes us part of the Body of Christ, able to receive the other graces God offers and to make use of them to live holy lives.
Read & reflect on the Mass daily readings here. We all live busy lives. Sometimes it feels chaotic and noisy. Reading the Bible will bring our focus back to God & our priorities. view here
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