In this reflection for the 6th Sunday of Easter, Kristen Fisher shows us that Love is so central to EVERYTHING that we find that word, LOVE, 19 times in the readings and acclamation for this Sunday.
In this reflection for the 4th Sunday of Easter, Fr. Erik Arnold shows us that Jesus is not just simply “good”, but also noble, admirable, praise-worthy, and heroic, and that we can come to know just how amazing his love is for us by speaking to him from our hearts in prayer.
In this reflection for the 3rd Sunday of Easter, Kristen Fisher shows us that the readings this week challenge us to recognize Jesus when he shows up in our real lives, and when we do, recognizing Him fills us with joy.
In this reflection for Divine Mercy Sunday, Colin MacIver of Ascension Press encourages us to look at the wounds of the resurrected Christ and remember that the mercy of Christ radiates from those wounds to the entire Church.
In this final reflection in our family Lenten Series for 2021, Kristen Fisher reminds us that Jesus CHOSE to suffer and die for each of us, so what we might join him in eternity and have him dwell in our hearts today.
In this family scripture reflection for Easter Sunday 2021, Kristen Fisher reminds us that Jesus is victorious over death and shares that victory with us, giving us the hope we need to live our lives in joy and in confidence of His power in our lives.
Part 6 of our family Lenten Series for 2021, Kristen Fisher shows that sin is like a disease and can even make the other good parts of heart dirty. Jesus calls us to let go of those sins and seek renewal in his forgiveness.
In this family scripture reflection for Palm Sunday, 2021, Fr. Erik Arnold encourages us to love like Jesus did: on purpose, even when we don’t feel like it, and even without any support.