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His Voice 

“I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me will never hunger, and whoever believes in me will never thirst.” (John 6:35)
When Jesus had fed the large crowd of 5,000 people with the help of his disciples, the news must have traveled fast among the villagers in the district. They wanted to meet up with this kind and generous man who was able to provide the necessities of life; they wanted to hear also what he had to say. So many jumped into boats and crossed to Capernaum look for him. What was their real motive in looking for Jesus? Did they want to test him or to see what they could get out of him?Jesus is aware of this and tells them that he knows they only followed him because they thought that he could provide people with food to nourish their bodies.
What do I most hunger and thirst for in life? Do I really wish to be nourished in the Eucharist so as to go out and proclaim the Good News of the Gospel?

Are you coming to the meeting on Monday, August 3?

Although Jesus is always present in the Eucharist which is located in the Tabernacle of the Church, He makes himself present to us in a distinct way through exposition of the Blessed Sacrament - Adoration. The first Monday of every month from 7:00am - 6:00pm the Eucharist is exposed on the Altar. We invite you to schedule some time and stop by the Church on Monday, August 3 to pray, worship, and listen to the Lord who is truly present to us in the Blessed Sacrament.
Eucharist :30
"Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth." (Psalm 46:10)

Are you up to date on the alleged trafficking of of baby organs by Planned Parenthood?

The videos being released by the Center for Medical Progress continue to spark debate on the practices of Planned Parenthood. The story is being covered in the media, discussed by members of Congress and elected officials, and causing a deserved uproar in pro-life communities everywhere. A movement called Live Action is dedicated to building a culture of life and ending abortion, the greatest human rights injustice of our time. Please visit their website ( for current information.

How can you faithfully respond as a Catholic?

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