Prayers answered for James Fontanella
We received an update on James Fontanella from his wife Jamie:
"He came home today, Sunday, after gaining some weight, eating on his own & feeling better, and having a more normal GI function. An answer to prayers - we thank you all so much!! Now we've got to continue to make the gains that he had while on the TPN & IV fluids & meds. We are just so happy to be home & are eager to get & keep Jamie well! Thanks to each of you for your help and especially for your prayers. We are so blessed to have each of you in our lives! - Love, Dani & Jamie"
From Bill and Charlene Brannan:
"We feel strongly this recovery is a result of so many prayers and good wishes by so many caring and thoughtful people. To all of those who reached out on our son-in-law Jamie's behalf, please accept our thanks and gratitude."
Please pray for Connie Kurtenbach who is in the hospital in Ventura. Pray for healing for both Connie and Ed.Read more
...a day that will live in infamy.
This description of December 7th, 1941, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, is a phrase which drew our nation's attention to the shocking destruction of innocent lives at Pearl Harbor. That destruction, and a determined resistance to the worldwide violence which it anticipated, propelled the United States into World War II.
The unexpected attack on American seamen early on a Sunday morning so many years ago had many terrible consequences. But it also lead to a purifying and reviving national turning to God in prayer, sacrifice, and charity. Our united resistance to...Read more
A friend asks that we pray for Khadijah that God will save her soul and that she will have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.Read more
Please pray for Vincent Peterson. Vincent is an altar server at 5:00 mass. He is gravely ill at Community Memorial and the doctors do not know the reason. Pray for wisdom for his doctors and healing for Vincent. Also pray for strength and consolation for his family.Read more
Bishop Barron gives a excellent homily on this week's first reading and how it relates to the sex abuse crisis in the Church. Click here to hear the homily.
"The story of the call of Samuel is illuminating for our time of corruption and cleansing. I argue that the sex abuse scandal in the church should be read through the lens of this narrative." - Bishop BarronRead more