It is the haunting loneliness that grips me. Nobody stepped forward to defend Jesus or to speak on his behalf. Where were the recipients of his healings?
Adult formation programs at St. Justin.
John takes a long time to tell his stories, especially the stories of Jesus’ miracles.
We know that expression – being thrown under the bus – and perhaps have had the experience of being sacrificed as a friend or ally for a selfish reason.
So it was another great St. Patrick’s day weekend, with green beer flowing, and for many the extra Irish privilege of feeling guilty for eating corned beef on a Friday in Lent.
“Go to a land I will show you.” “Abram went as the Lord directed him.” Okay, maybe I am a bit of a skeptic, perhaps a bit lacking in faith, but HOW DID THAT HAPPEN?
“Have you ever eaten a salt sandwich?” …mmmm! Or not, as the case may be. We just don’t do that, do we?
For better or worse, the American public was introduced to a new concept this week – alternate facts. The initial tiff was over the size of the inauguration crowd: “The crowd was Hyuuge…”
This weekend, perhaps coincidentally, perhaps providentially, we have a tale of TWO inaugural addresses.
The Men’s Ministry Group is thankful for everyone who turned out and shared of themselves during the Advent by Tail-light event held last Saturday evening on the church parking lot. Men’s Ministry Group invites all men of the parish to join in fellowship. As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another!
Yesterday was my first ever trunk or treat Saturday night. What an enjoyable evening.