From the Pastor's Desk...
October 23rd, 2016

Thirtieth Sunday
In Ordinary Time

Fr. Tomás is attending a retreat this week and he asked me to write the editorial column for the bulletin this week, so I chose a topic that will help us understand much better the relationship between the Old and the New Testament readings. This relationship is called Typology.

The Old Testament (OT) prepared the way for the New Testament (NT). Persons and events in the OT prefigured foreshadowed, antici- pated, and symbolized persons and events in the NT. According to an ancient Christian saying: “the New Testament lies hidden in the Old and the Old Testament in unveiled in the New” (Catechism of the Catholic Church [CCC], 129)....

- Jorge Medina Zamorano
  Pastor’s Assistant