2022 archive of Blog
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/29/22
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/22/22
Today we celebrate that fact that God became one of us. This occurred in a very humble and innocent way . . .
When I think of all the times the world was ours for dreaming,
When I think of all the times the Church seemed like ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/19/22
Dear Friend, This is an invitation to join us for Christmas Mass this year at Christ Our Light in Princeton. Please join us in celebration of Christ’s birth on Saturday, December 24, at 4:00 or 9:00PM, or Sunday, December 25, 9:00AM. If it has been awhile since you’ve attended ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/16/22
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/10/22
A few weeks ago, I spoke with a man who had suffered some stroke-like conditions. I asked, “How’s it going?” He replied, “Not so good, I don’t see any improvements.” “Did they give you any exercises to do?” “Yah, you know I should start doing those.”
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Posted by Jennifer Adams on 12/01/22
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 11/26/22
I remember some years back, my nephew McKenzie (just a few years old) and I were playing ‘Hide & Seek.’ He’s go hide next to the couch or under the table where I easily saw him. He’d have his eyes closed, thinking because he couldn’t see me, ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 11/18/22
May choirs of angels lead you into paradise. And may the martyrs come to welcome you.
To bring you home into the Holy City. So you may dwell in new Jerusalem.
“New Jerusalem” is a metaphor to represent heaven. And the song suggests that when we die we ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 11/11/22
A few weeks ago, I had a Zoom chat with young men in their 20’s, from all across the country. We talked about heavy stuff, including what St. Paul writes in the second reading about “some conducting themselves in a disorderly way.”
We also talked about ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 11/04/22
with Fr. John Christianson from our sister parish, St. Mary's Mission of Red Lake