St. Charles Borromeo is a Catholic faith community called by baptism to witness and live the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ. Gathered at Table, nourished by Eucharist, and guided by scripture, we share our gifts as we minister through worship, faith formation, education, and service.

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CHARGED WITH SAINT CHARLES, By Fr. Don Farnan

A New Year, A New Vision

Nineteenth Century British poet, William Blake, in his piece, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, wrote: “If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.” Similar words were spoken by Saint John Vianney, a French priest who lived around the same time: “The eyes of the world see […]

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Auld Lang Syne

Somewhere in my education, I was taught that we should always be both satisfied and dissatisfied with ourselves, i.e., we should be grateful for all that we have experienced and accomplished but, at the same time, acknowledge that we can do better. As one year ends and another begins, we are provided a perfect opportunity […]

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Christmas Characters

Among my favorite characters of the holiday season are George Bailey, Ebenezer Scrooge, and The Grinch of Whoville.  Each of their stories revolves around a spiritual encounter that led to a conversion experience which became a pivotal point in their earthly life. What our church calls conversion, ancient Greeks called metanoia: an about-face, a one-eighty, […]

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