Mass Protocols

Message from Rev. Christopher Micale (updated 6/1/20) The obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains lifted until further notice, especially if you are part of a vulnerable population and/or have an underlying health condition. Please approach the celebration of Mass...

Fr. Micale’s Homily Pentacost Sunday

I remember being in school being so distracted and having a real difficulty focusing on my schoolwork, especially during the late winter or early spring.  Whether it was the warming days or the fatigue of the long school year I really had to muster all the strength I...

Fr. Micale’s Homily Seventh Sunday of Easter

Mirrors are interesting things. Basically they are made of clear glass that receives various coats of metals and paints on its backside to create the reflective properties in which we can see our own reflection. During the process there are many scrubbing and...

Fr. Micale’s Homily 6th Sunday of Easter

Being abandoned is one of the most devastating situations a person can endure. We are all created for relationships that are strong and supportive. When it comes to our friends we expect them to be there for us during difficult times. It the stuff life is made of. I...

Fr. Micale’s Homily 5th Sunday of Easter

Sometimes no matter how good the directions are, even with GPS, we become lost and have no idea where we are going.  In Vermont sometimes the satellite points just don’t show up on the high tech smart phone or other computer generated device and we haven’t a clue...

Fr. Micale’s Homily 4th Sunday of Easter

When I was first in school studying Occupational Therapy I learned a new word: habituate. At first read it appears to be referring to a habit that one falls into, but this is not the case. To “habituate” in the world of rehabilitation means the ability to screen out...