Letters

There are a couple of matter that may be interest to those who have concerns about the handling of St. Isabel Parish finances

February 14, 2019 Dear Parishioners for Justice: There are a couple of matter that may be interest to those who have concerns about the handling of St. Isabel Parish finances. You will recall that a letter was posted to the PFJ website on January 22, 2019 commenting on a letter from the Director of Finance… Continue reading There are a couple of matter that may be interest to those who have concerns about the handling of St. Isabel Parish finances

Media

Approximately 130 parishioners from St. Isabel Catholic Church filled the Herb Strauss Theater

Theater to discuss Fr. Christopher Senk’s situation and issues concerning the future of their parish.  Parishioners in attendance included those still attending Masses at the church and those who have temporarily chosen to attend Mass elsewhere.  One subject of contention was the withholding of financial support for the church.  Some expressed that all parishioners should… Continue reading Approximately 130 parishioners from St. Isabel Catholic Church filled the Herb Strauss Theater

Weekly Prayers of the Faithful

Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time, February 17, 2019

Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time, February 17, 2019 With the bishops gathering in Rome this week, we join together in prayer for our needs and the needs of the world. That the presidents of all Catholic bishops’ conferences gathering with Pope Francis in Rome, and all bishops, may be blessed with grace and wisdom to… Continue reading Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time, February 17, 2019

Letters, Media

A STATEMENT ABOUT WHO WE ARE AND WHY WE EXIST

A STATEMENT ABOUT WHO WE ARE AND WHY WE EXIST It is truly regrettable that Parishioners For Justice exists. There is no joy to be found in standing on either side of a line that divides parishioner from parishioner. What does give joy, however, is the feeling one has when standing with others who feel… Continue reading A STATEMENT ABOUT WHO WE ARE AND WHY WE EXIST

Reflections

FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (2019)

FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (2019) Readings: Isaiah 6:1-2a, 3-8 Psalm 138:1-5, 7-8 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 Luke 5:1-11 The cast of supporting actors in today’s liturgical presentation all have something in common. Isaiah, Paul, and Simon Peter, all have a clear understanding that they are unworthy of any privileged contact with the divine. Indeed, their… Continue reading FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (2019)