Tag Archives: joy

December 18

Stay Awake: Welcoming the Lord

We’ve invited, prepared, and waited. Now it’s time to welcome our Guest. How will we welcome him?

November 30

Seeing Jesus Come to Life in People (Testimony and Song)

I want to share a joyful experience with you, one which is making my heart feel so full. Plus, I want to share a beautiful prayer song with you!

April 25

Joy and the Holy Spirit [Audio Sermon]

Jesus is inviting all the nations to enter into His Church – will you be filled with Joy and the Holy Spirit and let them in?

January 06

Epiphany: God made manifest

Epiphany is a marvelous and rich feast. Delightfully, that richness lingers throughout this whole last week of the Christmas season as we approach the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. We see embers of that richness reflected in the prayers offered in the Church’s liturgy and in the readings proclaimed from Sacred Scripture. We […]

August 14

Prisoner 16670

In 1941 a Polish priest was arrested at his friary. The Nazis noticed his German name and offered to let him go. Wishing to be with his native people, the priest insisted on going with all the others who were arrested. After a brief stop in one of the smaller concentration camps, he was transferred […]

August 03

Build the Fire [SERMON]

Listen to Deacon Bryan’s sermon from Sunday, August 3rd. Check out some important readings from Mass: Romans 8:35, 37-39 Brothers and sisters: What will separate us from the love of Christ? Will anguish, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or the sword? No, in all these things we conquer overwhelmingly through […]

July 30

What is Simplicity?

I’ve written in previous posts about simplicity and how it can assist us in remembering our mission to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ, but I didn’t really offer a definition of simplicity. It’s a tough word to define, especially when seeking to satisfy the masses. I’ve had several conversations with the EvangelicalDiscipleĀ concerning the […]