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July 16, 2022
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July 28-31, 2022

Mass Times

Mass in Chinese
Sundays 10:30 am
Tuesdays, Wednesdays 12:00 pm
First Saturdays 10:00 am

Mass in English
Sundays 2:00 pm
Mondays, Fridays 12:00 pm
First Fridays 7:00 pm

Confessions

Sundays 9:00 am to 9:30 am
Tuesdays 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
First Saturdays 8:30 am to 9:30 am
Confessions by Appointment

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

First Sundays after 10:30 am Mass
First Fridays after 7:00 pm Mass

Bible Study

Chinese Bible Study
Wednesdays 10:00 am
English Bible Study
First and Third Mondays 6:30 pm

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

Sundays 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

The days between the Resurrection and the Ascension of the Lord (St. Leo the Great 400-461 AD)

Beloved, the days which passed between the Lord’s resurrection and his ascension were by no means uneventful; during them great sacramental mysteries were confirmed, great truths revealed. In those days the fear of death with all its horrors was taken away, and the immortality of both body and soul affirmed. It was then that the Lord breathed on all his apostles and filled them with the Holy Spirit; and after giving the keys of the kingdom to blessed Peter, whom he had chosen and set above all the others, he entrusted him with the care of his flock.

During these days the Lord joined two of his disciples as their companion on the road, and by chiding them for their timidity and hesitant fears he swept away all the clouds of our uncertainty. Their lukewarm hearts were fired by the light of faith and began to burn within them as the Lord opened up the Scriptures. And as they shared their meal with him, their eyes were opened in the breaking of bread, opened far more happily to the sight of their own glorified humanity than were the eyes of our first parents to the shame of their sin.

Throughout the whole period between the resurrection and ascension, God’s providence was at work to instill this one lesson into the hearts of the disciples, to set this one truth before their eyes, that our Lord Jesus Christ, who was truly born, truly suffered and truly died, should be recognized as truly risen from the dead. The blessed apostles together with all the others had been intimidated by the catastrophe of the cross, and their faith in the resurrection had been uncertain; but now they were so strengthened by the evident truth that when their Lord ascended into heaven, far from feeling any sadness, they were filled with great joy.

Indeed, that blessed company had a great and inexpressible cause for joy when it saw man’s nature rising above the dignity of the whole heavenly creation, above the ranks of angels, above the exalted status of archangels. Nor would there be any limit to its upward course until humanity was admitted to a seat at the right hand of the eternal Father, to be enthroned at last in the glory of him to whose nature it was wedded in the person of the Son.