10.05.2014. Holy Angels Catholic Church Mass Video.

The Reverend Andrew Charles Smith, Jr., aka Father Drew the Pastor of Holy Angels Catholic Church, presides over the Mass conducted at Holy Angels Catholic Church in Chicago, Illinois, October 5, 2014 an African American Roman Catholic Church with Deacon Bruce McElrath, Deacon Mervin O Johnson, Mr Tyrone Pittman Minister of Music and Executive Director of Music of the Chicago Black Catholic Choir along with the parishioners of Holy Angels Catholic Church. Videographer & Photographer: Gregory Evans Callaway. Webmaster & Lead Web Developer: Rex Djere

10.13.2014. We're Not Alone. By Deacon Bruce McElrath.

Abram’s nephew was in a lot of trouble. The kings of Sodom and Gomorrah, where Lot lived, had been overtaken by a group of raiding kings. They sacked Sodom, captured Lot and his household, and then fled north.

When Abram heard that his brother’s son had been kidnapped, he rounded up 318 trained servants, chased the kidnappers and rescued Lot.

Sammy Basso Gets His Wish at Holy Angels Church To Experience A Gospel Mass Celebration

On Sunday, September 14, 2014, at 11:30 a.m., the National Geographic Reporters brought Sammy Basso to Holy Angels Catholic Church to fulfill his wish to experience the celebration of a Gospel Mass. Sammy is 18 years old. He suffers from a rare aging disease call progeria. He was born in Italy. Sammy speaks his native language, Italian, and English as a second language.

09.28.2014. Out of Work. A Blog by Deacon Bruce McElrath.

Economic recession certainly leads to an increase in unemployment. And the higher the percentage of people out of work, the more problems our social agencies have to deal with. Alcohol and drug abuse increases. Domestic violence rises. Crime rates go up. Some people just can’t seem to stay out of trouble when they have idle time on their hands.

09.21.2014. The Parable of the Workers. By Reverend Andrew C. Smith, Jr.

It is not always easy to understand the ways of God. In today’s gospel we see the workers failing to understand why those who worked just one hour received the same wages as those who worked all day. It reminds us of our futile attempts to understand why some people seemingly have been dealt a better hand than others going through life. Why does God apparently give more blessings to some than to others?

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