Livonia, Michigan

Posts by Doug Holliday

Notes from Pat

Dear St. Genevieve/Maurice Parishioners, As more and more of you begin returning to church to celebrate Mass each week and we become less restrictive in terms of socially distant rules, so now we can also be able to somewhat increase numbers of parishioners who can sing and participate in the choir. With that goal in…

From Fr. Tom

Hopefully, your week was blessed! Today’s gospel has two parables: The Seed growing by itself and sowing the Mustard Seed. These parables point to what the Kingdom of God is becoming. In other words, how God’s kingdom will grow. When Jesus said, “…and the seed would sprout and grow…”, His message is clear  The…

From Fr. Tom

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ Corpus Christi is the celebration of the abiding presence of a loving God as Emmanuel – God with us – in order to give collective thanks to our Lord for his living with us in the Eucharist. This feast also gives us an occasion to learn more…

From Fr. Tom

Happy Holy Trinity Sunday! The mystery of the most Holy Trinity, the feast that we celebrate this weekend, is one of the basic doctrines of Faith in Christianity, understandable not through our heads but through our hearts. It teaches us that there are three distinct Persons in one God all sharing the same Divine Nature.…

Faith Formation News

Dear Faith Formation Families, Our catechetical year has ended, please submit any outstanding assignments so we can record them. If you are turning in the work in the magazines themselves, please drop them off at the Faith Formation office or at the rectory office. It was an unusual year to say the least. I want…