Livonia, Michigan

Fr. Tom

From Fr. Tom

“Love one another” Today, on this 6th Sunday of Easter, as we hear Jesus’ words about love, I would like to propose three things for us to reflect on that Jesus’ statement, as suggested also by Bishop Socrates Villegas in his homily book, Jesus in my Heart. First it is a command. It is not…

From Fr. Tom

Dear parishioners! Somebody once compared a Christian to a basketball player. “To be a good player,” he said, “it’s not enough that you know how to dribble or avoid getting fouls. What matters most is to be able to shoot, to make points, and to be productive.” The great St. Thomas Aquinas said that we…

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HAPPY GOOD SHEPHERD’S SUNDAY! It’s a lot of work to be a shepherd and it’s even more work to be a good shepherd. To love sheep properly and care for them correctly is DIFFICULT work. On this 4th Sunday of Easter let me make a reflection what does it mean to be a good shepherd…

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Hopefully you had a blessed week filled with many signs of God’s love and His presence. Keep your eyes open, He is alive and always present in your life! On this third Sunday of Easter, we continue to hear Gospel accounts of Jesus’ appearances to his disciples following his Resurrection. Today’s reading, taken from the…

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Jesus, I trust in You!!! Ninety years ago, in Poland, Jesus revealed himself to a young polish nun, Sister Faustina Kowalska. Jesus personally asked her to tell people about God’s Mercy, and about God’s unconditional love for us. Jesus taught her a beautiful prayer – The Divine Mercy Chaplet. He asked for the special feast…