Posted by Jennifer Adams on 3/07/21
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 3/06/21
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 2/27/21
Sing: If today you hear God’s voice, harden hearts. (repeat)
How do we hear God’s voice? Abraham heard it in the first reading. Jesus along with Peter, James and John heard it in the gospel, with the wonderful directive for us to listen to him.
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Posted by Jennifer Adams on 2/20/21
At a music festival before COVID, a 15-year-old became separated from his family. The family went to the police on duty to report their teenager missing. The officer assured them that they would do their best to find him. Then he asked for a description.
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Posted by Jennifer Adams on 2/17/21
So what are you going to do for Lent this year? You could do the minimal, which is abstaining from meat today and all the Fridays of Lent (but then going to an “All You Can Eat Lobster Fest” seems contradictory). Or the minimal with fasting today ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 2/13/21
Do you know of the “Ya, but” principle? It’s a principle that many of use in conversations. That is, when the other person is talking and we could be listening, we instead just wait for the other person to pause, so that we can say, “Ya, but” and ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 2/06/21
Reflection by Molly Weyrens, Pastoral Associate
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 1/30/21
A few weeks ago, I was on retreat at a hermitage in lower Michigan. It was grand. But it was odd for there was no Wi-Fi, no phone connection, no meals provided, no town nearby. But there was . . . quiet. I loved it. Of course it ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 1/23/21
The Gospel is from Mark. Mark’s Gospel is considered the earliest of the gospels (written down about 65 or 70 AD). The passage today represents the very first words of Jesus, but the problem is with the translation.
So let’s dive into some Bible stuff. First of ... Read More »
Posted by Jennifer Adams on 1/16/21