Matthew 4:19

Jesus said to them, "Come with me. I'll make a new kind of fisherman out of you. I'll show you how to catch men and women instead of perch and bass."

Come With Me

Jesus said to them, “Come with me, I’ll make a new kind of fisherman out of you. I’ll show you how to catch men and women instead of perch and bass.” It’s in this spirit we reach out to you to help us be better “fishers of men and women.” How do we do it? Though the charitable works and giving that come only from the heart. We embrace the spirit and let it move us to offer what we can; that is true giving and living the word.

Living the Word Living the gospel of “come follow me,” through volunteerism, through acts of kindness and giving when it’s most difficult that makes us true Christians. The Ole Foundation are currently supporting students in Vietnam, Democratic Republic of Congo, India and the Philippines to fulfill this vital mission.

Supporting Vocations With over 100 male and female students in Vietnam, 10 in Congo, and India we are developing student vocations to fill the everchanging needs of our faith. As the priesthood changes and the number of nuns diminish and age toward retirement, we are acutely aware of the needs for the Holy Father to fulfill his mission. So many priests, nuns and members of the clergy are not being replaced at the same rate of attrition from their divine calling. In an effort to help satisfy this growing void, we are expanding a new program in many nations including the Philippine Islands where our goal is to support 1,000 students and be constantly graduating 10% each year. This deep well of spiritual leadership can help supplement and reinforce an expanding supply of those who hear the call of, “come follow me” through Ole Foundation scholarships, tuition, room and board and generous giving from ordinary people like you looking to share their gifts of time, talent and treasure.

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Homily

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First Sunday of Lent B:
February 22, 2024

We often live our lives in the future. My life will begin when I finish this job and can retire; when I finish school and...

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Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time B:
February 11, 2024

Today’s first reading is from the Book of Leviticus. If I was a Law-abiding Jew of Jesus day, I would not at all be...

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Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time B:
February 4, 2024

I would guess that you never gave any thought to Peter’s mother-in-law when you read this gospel passage from Mark; I know I...

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Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time B:
January 28, 2024

“All were amazed and asked one another, ‘What is this? A new teaching with authority. He commands even the unclean...

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Third Sunday In Ordinary Time B:
January 21, 2024

Notice that Jesus waited to choose the best time to begin his public ministry. He waited until John was no longer preaching...

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Second Sunday of Ordinary Time B:
January 14, 2024

The disciples of John the Baptist had an advantage over Samuel. Samuel was young and inexperienced, both...

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Epiphany of the Lord B:
January 7, 2024

The Magi or Wise Men capture our imagination. There have been several authors who wrote about the Magi. One of my...

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Holy Family:
December 31, 2023

What a remarkable pair of people are the main characters in today's gospel: Simeon and Anna. What the learned and clever...

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Christmas Midnight Mass B:
December 25, 2023

The Angels proclaim to the shepherds: “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.”...

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Fourth Sunday of Advent B:
December 24, 2023

In the first reading from 2nd Samuel, David has settled into kingship and even has a fine house of cedar. He starts to...

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Third Sunday of Advent B:
December 19, 2023

Nathaniel Hawthorne was an American writer. When he died in 1864, he had on his desk the outline of a play he never got...

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Second Sunday of Advent B:
December 10, 2023

A man once owned a large and expensive clock crafted in Switzerland. He kept the clock in a window, where it...

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First Sunday of Advent B:
December 03, 2023

The spiritual life is first of all a matter of being awake,” said Trappist monk, Thomas Merton. A story comes to us...

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Christ the King A 2023:
November 26, 2023

This feast of Christ the King is a relatively modern feast. By the 1920s, Pope Pius XI (eleventh) saw that more and...

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Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time:
November 19, 2023

In the very next chapter of Matthew, Jesus predicts and begins his passion. Jesus is concerned with the ending of...

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