Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
Catholic Church

Point Lookout, New York

“He is Risen, as He said! Alleluia!!!”
by: Website Editor 05/14/19 10:42am

On Saturday (5/18) of this weekend, we celebrated First Holy Communion with our younger parishioners. Vatican Council II teaches us that the Eucharist is “the source and summit of Christian life”! All the Sacraments and all the ministries of the church flow toward and around the Eucharist. In this gift of Jesus Himself, we are renewed with grace and food for the journey of discipleship. Our Communion with Jesus fills us with praise and thanksgiving to God for all the good He bestows upon us. Please pray for our young parishioners and their families - that they will make the choice to come each week to receive Jesus at the table of the Lord.

As we continue our celebration of the Easter season, we look forward to Wednesday (this week) May 22nd. On that day another group of our younger parishioners will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation! This give us all the chance to set our sights on the great feast of Pentecost (June 9 this year). The promised gift of the Holy Spirit was an important reason that the early disciples were able to proclaim Jesus as Risen...and with great courage bring this message of Good News to others. Just like them, we too need to be open to God’s Spirit. Let us prepare ourselves to receive the gifts of the Spirit...wisdom, knowledge, right judgment, courage, understanding, reverence and wonder & awe in God’s presence. Having received the fullness of these gifts in Confirmation, let us strive to live and celebrate the gifts of joy, life, hope and peace. May our lives witness to this source of our goodness and strength.

Fr. Joe

Last week
Attendance 415
Env’s used: 115
Collection $6415

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
Catholic Church

Point Lookout, New York

“He is Risen, as He said! Alleluia!!!”
by: Website Editor 05/14/19 10:42am

by: Website Editor

On Saturday (5/18) of this weekend, we celebrated First Holy Communion with our younger parishioners. Vatican Council II teaches us that the Eucharist is “the source and summit of Christian life”! All the Sacraments and all the ministries of the church flow toward and around the Eucharist. In this gift of Jesus Himself, we are renewed with grace and food for the journey of discipleship. Our Communion with Jesus fills us with praise and thanksgiving to God for all the good He bestows upon us. Please pray for our young parishioners and their families - that they will make the choice to come each week to receive Jesus at the table of the Lord.

As we continue our celebration of the Easter season, we look forward to Wednesday (this week) May 22nd. On that day another group of our younger parishioners will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation! This give us all the chance to set our sights on the great feast of Pentecost (June 9 this year). The promised gift of the Holy Spirit was an important reason that the early disciples were able to proclaim Jesus as Risen...and with great courage bring this message of Good News to others. Just like them, we too need to be open to God’s Spirit. Let us prepare ourselves to receive the gifts of the Spirit...wisdom, knowledge, right judgment, courage, understanding, reverence and wonder & awe in God’s presence. Having received the fullness of these gifts in Confirmation, let us strive to live and celebrate the gifts of joy, life, hope and peace. May our lives witness to this source of our goodness and strength.

Fr. Joe

Last week
Attendance 415
Env’s used: 115
Collection $6415

Our Lady of the
Miraculous Medal

Point Lookout, New York

“He is Risen, as He said! Alleluia!!!”
by: Website Editor 05/14/19 10:42am

On Saturday (5/18) of this weekend, we celebrated First Holy Communion with our younger parishioners. Vatican Council II teaches us that the Eucharist is “the source and summit of Christian life”! All the Sacraments and all the ministries of the church flow toward and around the Eucharist. In this gift of Jesus Himself, we are renewed with grace and food for the journey of discipleship. Our Communion with Jesus fills us with praise and thanksgiving to God for all the good He bestows upon us. Please pray for our young parishioners and their families - that they will make the choice to come each week to receive Jesus at the table of the Lord.

As we continue our celebration of the Easter season, we look forward to Wednesday (this week) May 22nd. On that day another group of our younger parishioners will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation! This give us all the chance to set our sights on the great feast of Pentecost (June 9 this year). The promised gift of the Holy Spirit was an important reason that the early disciples were able to proclaim Jesus as Risen...and with great courage bring this message of Good News to others. Just like them, we too need to be open to God’s Spirit. Let us prepare ourselves to receive the gifts of the Spirit...wisdom, knowledge, right judgment, courage, understanding, reverence and wonder & awe in God’s presence. Having received the fullness of these gifts in Confirmation, let us strive to live and celebrate the gifts of joy, life, hope and peace. May our lives witness to this source of our goodness and strength.

Fr. Joe

Last week
Attendance 415
Env’s used: 115
Collection $6415