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MASS TIMES

Saturday Vigil Mass:  4:00 PM

Sunday Masses:  7:45 AM,  9:30 AM,  11:00 AM (Spanish)

Weekday Masses:  8:00 AM

THE CHRISTIAN LIFE IN THE MODERN WORLD


PASTOR SAVES FLOCK

A Pastor Saves His Flock by Catholic Education

 

In Northern Virginia, where critical race theory, gender ideology, and emptied classrooms because of COVID-19 have sparked protests by angry parents of public-school students, a parish priest is taking up the legendary Archbishop “Dagger John” Hughes’ mission of helping Catholic children get out of public schools by every means possible...

 

Crisis Magazine

Patrick J. Reilly

WRONG PLACE,

WRONG TIME

Fear of Being in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time


I grew up near Los Angeles and now I live in Washington, D.C. So I have had my fair share of city experiences. 


Last year, I was on the Washington metro with a friend when a fight broke out, and we were caught in the middle. I’ve been on a train where two men have threatened to rape a friend sitting next to me. Most recently, I have been screamed at by a stranger as she threatened to shoot me...


Crisis Magazine

by Renee Rasmussen

GOD & TRUTH

Those who deny the truth should not imagine their actions immune to judgment

 

By the time his soul was returned to God ten years ago last month, Christopher Hitchens, who did not of course believe in God — or the soul — had managed to scarify a fair number of people with his slashing attacks on faith and religion. Some quite famous people, in fact.

 

For instance, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, whom he regarded as a pious fraud; indeed, going so far as to write an entire book, dripping with disdain, for his subject. Or the late Pope St. John Paul II, whom Hitchens regarded as positively senile...

 

National Catholic Register
Regis Martin

CTK CALENDAR


07

DECEMBER

ST. AMBROSE

Tuesday

Memorial of Saint Ambrose, Bishop and Doctor of the Church


08

DECEMBER

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION

Wednesday

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

 

Holy Day of Obligation


09

DECEMBER

LADIES GUILD DINNER

Thursday

Annual Christmas Dinner and Gift Exchange

5:30pm in the McGovern Hall

 

Bring a $10 wrapped gift for the gift exchange, $5 for the board game, and $5 toward the meal.

 

Please RSVP to Trudy Mooney at (661) 428-1428 by November 30.


11

DECEMBER

GOODIES FOR CHRISTMAS

Saturday & Sunday, 12/11 & 12/12

ANNUAL PARISH “GOODIES FOR CHRISTMAS” EVENT IS DECEMBER 11 & 12 AFTER ALL MASSES!

 

The Ladies Guild is requesting unpackaged/unwrapped donations of HOMEMADE cakes, candies, cookies, cupcakes, nut/trail mix, jams, jellies, breads, etc. Committee members will package and price the items.

 

Drop off dates are Friday, 12/0 from 9am-3pm and Saturday, 12/1, from 8am-12pm


13

DECEMBER

ST. LUCY

Monday

Memorial of Saint Lucy, Virgin and Martyr


14

DECEMBER

ST. JOHN OF THE CROSS

Tuesday

Memorial of Saint John of the Cross, Priest and Doctor of the Church