The Fourth Sunday of Easter Readings Your audio reflection Question to ponder What do you need to lay down in order to pick up what God the Father wants you to do?
This is the homily from Easter Sunday given by Deacon John (aka, my husband) at 6:30 am Mass. In the Gospel, Mary goes to the tomb and what she sees there confuses her. I think confused may be a word
I like alliteration. Hence, the title of this post. And traipsing sounds less jarring than galloping, which is sometimes how I feel in my head at times these last few weeks. I’m going to round up for you, in alittle
Today we celebrate the Transfiguration of Jesus. Jesus goes to pray with the apostles closest to him, Peter, James and John. Sadly, they fall asleep and almost miss the actual transfiguration. Has this ever happened to you in your life?