2020 archive of Blog
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/26/20
Reflection by Molly Weyrens, Pastoral Associate
Merry Christmas! I hope with our different Christmas celebrating this year I hope you are still finding time to enjoy the season. In a way hopefully it has allowed us more time to focus on the real meaning of the season as ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/24/20
I have song for it. It’s in Latin. The translation is “Merciful Jesus, who takes away the sins of the world. Give them rest.”
Pie Jesu, Qui tollis peccata mundi, Dona eis requiem.
Those are lines from the Requiem Mass, or Mass for the Dead, set ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/19/20
How many of you get annoyed with windshields that get dirty so easily this time of year, especially as we start getting snow. Or, those of you who wear glasses, do you get annoyed when your glasses get dirty or smudged. I do. I wear contacts, but ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/12/20
Have you been feeling grumpy lately? Do you find yourself complaining a lot more than you used to? Have you been sensing that you are a victim and that you need someone to blame for “all of this?”
Well, if any of those are true. Charles ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/05/20
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 11/28/20
In the gospel Jesus says, “Watch.” That is, “Stay awake” or “Awaken” to who and what you are meant to be. How do we do that? Well let’s break that down.
The first component, is to admit what your body is, or is not, capable of doing ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 11/21/20
You know these COVID restrictions are tough on all of us. Thank you to each of you who are obeying the rules and regulations. It’s rough. But I especially feel bad for you high-schoolers, because you are not having the usual kind of high school experience that was ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 11/14/20
This past Friday was the 13th. For some people, 13 is an unlucky number and they try to avoid it. But years ago it was a lucky number for it represented the sum of Jesus with his 12 apostles. That is 13.
Same thing with walking under ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 11/07/20
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 10/31/20