Enkindle 81 – 11.28.21 – Awake to God

In this reflection for the First Sunday of Advent, 2021, Fr. Erik Arnold points us to Mary, the Mother of Jesus, as an example of how to be awake to God and be ready for this season of Advent.

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Enkindle 80 – 11.21.21 – Kingdom of Love

In this reflection for the The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, Kristen Fisher shows that the kingdom of Jesus looks very different than any other kingdom because it's everywhere, it's for everyone, and it's built on love.

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Enkindle 79 – 11.14.21 – Spiritual Battle

In this reflection for the Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher encourages us to remember that even in times of distress and tribulation, we are never alone in our suffering, and that we can trust in God's goodness and in his power.

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Enkindle 78 – 11.7.21 – Two Coins

In this reflection for the Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Catherine and Patrick Sullivan remind us that what matters most is that we go "all in" with God, trusting that he will take whatever we can give him and use them to do heroic things.

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Redeemer S2E6 – Yes and Thank You with David Sanborn

Holly, Adam, and Javier have a fun and inspiring conversation with convert, actor, and speaker David Sanborn.

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Enkindle 77 – 10.31.21 – Above All

for the Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time, Colin MacIver reminds us that if we love God first, and above all, everything else falls into place.

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Enkindle 76 – 10.24.21 – Don’t Listen to the Crowd

In this reflection for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us to go to Jesus, no matter what the crowd may be saying to us.

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Enkindle 75 – 10.17.21 – Worth the Cost

In this reflection for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher reminds us that it cost Jesus everything to save us, and he thought we were worth the cost.

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Enkindle 74 – 10.10.21 – Everything is Not Enough

In this reflection for the Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher relates the Gospel with the story of St. Francis, a man who gave up everything to follow Jesus completely.

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Enkindle 73 – 10.03.21 – Mystery of the Family

In this reflection for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, Colin MacIver shows us that the readings give us a glimpse of the great mystery of the Trinity in the family.

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Redeemer S2E5 – The School of St. Joseph Part 2 with Sr. Mary Madeline Todd

Holly, Adam, and Javier continue our discussion with Sister Mary Madeline Todd in the second of two episodes about St. Joseph as teacher and mentor.

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Enkindle 72 – 09.26.21 – Envy

In this reflection for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold encourages us to rejoice over the blessings and gifts that others have received.

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Enkindle 71 – 09.19.21 – Willing to be Last

In this reflection for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Deacon Steve Sarnecki challenges us to be like Jesus, and be willing to serve and love others first.

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Redeemer S2E4 – The School of St. Joseph with Sr. Mary Madeline Todd

Holly, Adam, and Javier talk with Sister Mary Madeline Todd in the first of two episodes about St. Jospeh as teacher and mentor. On this episode we talk about why Saint Joseph is relevant today, his model of humility, what we can learn from his as an educator and mentor, what it means to obey, and independence vs dependency on the Father.

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Enkindle 70 – 09.12.21 – Liar, Lunatic, or Lord

In this reflection for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher asks us to think about the question: what if Jesus is actually who he says he is?

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Enkindle 69 – 09.05.21 – Wonder and Praise

In this reflection for the Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, student Norah reminds us that we can rediscover a sense of Wonder of God and that the feeling of Wonder should turn into Praise of Him.

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Redeemer S2E3 – St. Joseph the Worker with Peter Daub

Adam and Holly talk with Peter Daub about St. Joseph as Worker. Join us as we continue our season focused on how St. Joseph can help us grow closer Jesus.

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Enkindle 68 – 08.29.21 – The Law

In this reflection for the Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Colin MacIver tells us that we should focus on what it is that God tells us to focus on--the commandments and the things that we're given to do as Catholics.

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Enkindle 67 – 08.22.21 – The Hard Way

In this reflection for the Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold shows us that life with Christ is a wonderful adventure, even though it can sometimes be hard and challenging. We can rely on the Lord to give us the strength we need to keep choosing the narrow and hard way.

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Enkindle 66 – 08.15.21 – Mary the Ark

In the reflection for the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, learn how Mary fulfills and perfects the role of the Ark of the Covenant.

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