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Palm Sunday, April 14, 2019: The Palms of Your Hands

Posted by Jennifer Adams on 4/16/19

Obviously the name for today comes from the branches that the people waved as Jesus rode into Jerusalem. A palm branch symbolized victory, especially military victory. Many of the people who greeted Jesus expected him to be a military Messiah, that is, one to overthrow the government. As ... Read More »

Fourth Sunday in Lent, March 31, 2019: The Prodigal Son

Posted by Jennifer Adams on 3/31/19

Second Sunday in Lent, March 17, 2019, by Fr. Kevin Anderson

Posted by Jennifer Adams on 3/17/19

As you know today (tomorrow) is St. Patrick’s Day.  Most of us try to claim to be Irish on this day, but who actually has some in Irish in your ancestry?   Raise your hands.   Ok, well I have part of a song for you . . .

 

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First Sunday in Lent, March 10, 2019, by Fr. Kevin Anderson

Posted by Jennifer Adams on 3/17/19

I have something to show you.   This is a piece of cloth [show a white piece of cloth] . . . it’s nice, it’s clean, it smells good. This is how many of us want the Church to be . . . pure, clean, and seamless. But in ... Read More »

Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, March 3, 2019, by Fr. Kevin Anderson

Posted by Jennifer Adams on 3/04/19

Beside a stream of living water

Stands a tree of God’s blest people

Its roots run deep, from those before us

By grace, it grows by grace,

The . . love of God . . a bounding

 

Did you catch the reference to trees in the 1st ... Read More »

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Feb. 24, 2019, by Fr. Kevin Anderson

Posted by Jennifer Adams on 2/25/19

Ok, here is something that I have been thinking about lately.  Ponder this . . . What if God were enough?  How would your life be different?  I know, it sounds weird, but think about it . . .  in all areas of your life (e.g. work, relationships, ... Read More »

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Feb. 17, 2019, by Fr. Kevin Anderson

Posted by Jennifer Adams on 2/25/19

This is a true story.  Years ago at a high school, everyone knew their place to sit during lunch. In the big cafeteria were the various tables of the math enthusiasts, those in band, the stoners.  You get it. 

 

Well one day, a special needs girl arrives ... Read More »