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Fourth Week of Advent

Here I am the servant of the Lord; let it be done to me according to your word. Luke 1:38

When Mary said yes to the angel Gabriel she became the first tabernacle for the body of Christ.  Every Catholic Church has within it a tabernacle, the sacred container for the Body of Christ, spiritual food preserved for the sick, the dying; holy presence for adoration and prayer.  But Mary had to first say yes to a mystery still to unfold, allowing her soul to trust God’s plan for her and the world.  As we celebrate the birth of Christ let us each say our unique yes to the Divine Lover.  In this way when the feast is over the birthing of Christ continues through the prayer and good works of each of us.

Third Week of Advent

“And I am not worthy to stoop down and undo the thong of his sandals.” Mark1:7

Before John the Baptist began his ministry of preparation for the Messiah, he had spent a lot of time in prayer in the desert regions of Israel. This prayer revealed to him the true identity of the coming Messiah.  He was not going to be a military leader with great armies but the GOD of the universe in the person of Jesus the Word made flesh. In the vulnerability of Christ’s birth, the radicalness of his teaching and the apparent powerlessness of his death, God broke into human history turning upside down all human expectation and definition.  Indeed there is but one response: O COME LET US ADORE HIM!

Christmas Play

Christ the King Christmas Play is enjoyed by Christ the King school and parish community. 

Congratulations Jacie!

Congratulations Jacie Ruckaber from Mrs. Johnson's Grade 2 Class at St. Michael School in Moose Jaw.   Jacie's picture was chosen for the Holy Trinity School Division 2014 Christmas card.  Great job Jacie.