Browsing the February 2022 archive of Fr. Bob's Columns

Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Christine Rasure on 2/23/22

“The blind leading the blind!”

Jesus poses big questions in today’s Gospel, ones that require deep inner reflection. It’s easy to slide along on the surface levels of life by staying busy, or just ignoring serious issues going on around us. Jesus asks, “Can a blind person guide a ... Read More »

Feast of St. Bernadette Soubirous! – Feast Day of St. Bernadette Parish!

Posted by Christine Rasure on 2/15/22

Today is the kick-off event of our parish’s 75th Anniversary Jubilee celebration: a special Eucharist that remembers not only the Lord himself but also our Parish Patron, St. Bernadette.  Her feast day is actually February 18, one week after Our Lady of Lourdes feast day on Feb. 11. Our ... Read More »

5th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME – Worthy or Unworthy?

Posted by Christine Rasure on 2/07/22

Today’s readings give us insights into the personal dynamics of two persons chosen by God – namely Isaiah, called to be a prophet, and Peter, called to be an apostle.  Both initially reacted with protests about being unworthy:  (Isaiah) “Woe is me, I am doomed!  For I am a ... Read More »