Hearing to See

Fourth Sunday of Lent: 3-26-17 Peace be with You, We have come to Laetare Sunday, the name traditionally given to the fourth Sunday of the Lenten Season.   “Laetare” is the singular imperative form of the Latin word “laetare,” meaning “to rejoice.”  And, if you take a moment to notice, the vestments worn by the priest this day may be pink, or more properly, rose as opposed to the traditional purple worn during the season of Lent.  So why the change?  Well, we have now passed the halfway po...
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The Game Plan

Fourth Sunday of Advent: 12-18-16 Peace be with You, We have come to the final Sunday of Advent, the beginning of the final week of preparation for the coming of the Lord at Christmas.  We have entered the drama of these four weeks and like all good dramas, it has had its moments of mystery, difficulty and joy.  We began this Advent Season with a lesson on awareness, being told that we must be on watch so that we might be ready to respond to the invitation to take part in what C. S. Lewis ...
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