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The Sinner and the Eucharist

“Every Catholic is a bit of a poet and a bit of a mystic. That is why he loves the liturgy of his Church. The more he knows about it, the more he becomes absorbed in it; and when it takes complete possession of him, he becomes a real twenty-four-hour-a-day Catholic—falling, failing, loving, learning ...

A Warm Welcome to New Faces

Great things are happening at St. Maria Goretti and in our diocese. This summer will be full of exciting transitions, new faces, and imporant parish celebrations. On May 30, we wished the 8th grade class of St. Maria Goretti a happy graduation. God has their best future in mind. We pray that they sa ...

Mazzuchelli Care Team

“Jesus teaches us another way: Go out. Go out and share your testimony, go out and interact with your brothers, go out and share, go out and ask. Become the Word in body as well as spirit.” – Pope Francis The newly formed Mazzuchelli Care Team at St. Maria Goretti has taken Pope Francis’ words to he ...

What Must I Do to Inherit Eternal Life?

Your Treasure in Heaven In Mark’s gospel we have the story of the young man who comes to Jesus and asks “What must I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus responds by listing some of the commandments to which the young man answers that he has observed these since he was a youth. Jesus then looks at him ...

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