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A Blessed Christmas

May today be what it was meant to be, a gift. Today we celebrate, as plenty of hymns, carols, and even songs on the radio remind us, the...

Quiet Little Town

Quiet little town, silent starry night; The manger waits in joyful expectancy. Nobody knew the gift they’d receive Just by answering the...

Peace in the Chaos

While visiting the Church of the Nativity in September, I was stuck by the chaos-the un-orderly crowds pushing forward, the elbows, and...

Hearts and Homes

Today's Readings For the final Wednesday in Advent, as we get closer to Christmas, Jessica reminds us to continue to prepare our hearts,...

Emmanuel

Today's Readings Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and they shall name him Emmanuel, which means "God is with us." Every...

An Advent Hymn

(To the tune of Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas) Have yourself a hopeful little Advent Allow your heart to ponder Mary knows our...

Living the Scripture

“In accordance with the Scriptures” Our Creed is steeped in Scripture. We’ve seen scriptural references in some of our reflections, so...

Creating Justice

Today's Readings For the third Wednesday in Advent, Jessica reflects on God as Creator of Justice and reminds us of our role in that as...

The Saint of Light

As we continue to prepare our hearts and homes to enter into the Christmas season to celebrate Christ, who brought light into a dark...

How Long, O Lord?

An Advent Conversation with Psalm 34 I prayed to the Lord, and He answered me. How long between David’s prayer and God’s answer? How long...

Our Lady of Guadalupe

The first time I visited Our Lady of Guadalupe’s Shrine in Mexico I was 18 – that was almost thirty years ago. I’m not even sure how many...

For this Baby, We Have Rejoiced!

Today's Readings Christmas was always a big deal in my family growing up. Our house was decked out from top to bottom, inside and out,...

Keeping Christ

…and rose again on the third day… On the day that is just about perfectly in the middle of Advent, it seems odd to be reflecting on what...

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception

The Immaculate Conception teaches us that Mary was conceived without sin and never sinned. God had set her aside. We know this because of...

Still Waiting

Today's Readings For the second Wednesday in Advent, Jessica reflects on the importance of growing our relationship with God in our waiting.

Let It Begin with Me

“…on earth peace and good will toward men and women” (paraphrased from Luke 2:14). I long for peace on earth and good will between all...

Preparing

Today's Readings We are often told we need to always be prepared. Whether that is for a work meeting, a presentation we are giving for...

The pilgrimage of Advent

A couple of days before I departed for a pilgrimage to the holy land, I got around to reading the paperwork they sent. One of the pieces...

Where We Stand

“For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate, he suffered death and was buried.” When we profess in the Creed that our Lord,...

Renewing Hope

Today's Readings For the first Wednesday in Advent, Jessica reflects on the hope found in this reading for the first century Christians...

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