Tag Archives: Fr. David Kozak

What Happens When a Community Rejects Jesus and His Way of Life?

How should faithful Catholics respond to this refusal of God's love? In the February 3rd Gospel reading, Jesus is turned away by His own people at Nazareth. He almost was killed because of this tragic response. The same thing is happening in today's society. The Church's message: God's love shown us in Christ Jesus, is … Continue Reading ››

Grow in your faith: devout reception of the Sacraments & Participation in Bible Study

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

New beginnings are not always easy. We would like to rest on the wonderful achievements of the past and admire our efforts. Jesus calls us to gratitude for graces received and then to move on to bigger and better things. We have so much for which to be thankful … Continue Reading ››

The Opening of the Advent Season: Come to the Candlelight Retreat

My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

“The days are coming!” God’s Word is insistent in today’s liturgy for the opening of the Advent Season. XXX number of shopping days left till the “holidays”, says our secular society. Often they do not use the term Christmas. That’s probably for the best in order not to confuse … Continue Reading ››