Christianity and the Power of Changing Society08-18-2019Rev. Victor C. Yakubu
James Davison Hunter's To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, & Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World (Oxford University Press, 2010) explores how the Christian faith influences the modern world. Do Christians living in this modern world positively influence the attitude of others in the world towards living a godly life? These questions may seem academic, but they are also pastorally inclined because the divisions within our relationships make them relevant for a general discussion.
Hunter's book is even more relevant when we consider the desire of conservative Christians in America that there is need for a revival due to low pew numbers. By returning to the old-fashioned practice of religion, families refrain from imbibing neo-liberal ideas that portray Christian values in a different light. The irony of this thinking is that it is too late to return to the old-fashioned religion. However, adherence to the values of the Christian faith is necessary toward witnessing to the name of Jesus in public and private life.READ MORE
Sep 3, 2019
The new session of the Fellowship of Catholic Christian Women starts Tue, Sep 3. Our topic will be The Lamb’s Supper by Scott Hahn. Come and join in fellowship with your sister’s in Christ, as we read and explore the inseparable relationship between the Bible and the Mass.
Celebration of the Sacraments of Confirmation and First Holy Communion
Oct 12, 2019: 4:00pm
Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted will be our celebrant for this beautiful celebration.