ENKINDLE

Enkindle 144 – 02.05.23 – Salt and Light

In this reflection for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher teaches us about how salt was used in Jesus’ time, and how we are called to be light and salt for the world.

Enkindle 143 – 01.29.23 – Meek and Humble of Heart

For the readings for the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Adam Novotny leads us in a prayerful reflection of how The Beatitudes, and the rest of this week’s readings, show us the beauty and power of having a meek and humble heart.

Enkindle 142 – 01.22.23 – Only One Thing

In this reflection for the third Sunday in ordinary time, Kristen Fisher shows how the readings remind us that knowing God is the only thing that can truly make us happy.

Enkindle 141 – 01.15.23 – In Our Mess

In this reflection for the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher reminds us that Jesus, the Lamb of God, is already with us and is waiting for us to open our hearts to him.

Enkindle 140 – 01.08.23 – A Gift of Response

In this reflection for The Epiphany of the Lord 2023, the Sullivans show us that Epiphany is about encountering and responding to the Lord.

Enkindle 139 – 1.1.23 – Mary, Teach Us

In this reflection for the Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God, Kristen Fisher shows us how Mary can teach us and guide us through this life and into the next.

Enkindle 138 – 12.25.22 – Christmas Has Changed Everything

For Christmas 2022, Fr. Erik Arnold shows that because of Christmas, our bodies have a new capacity to be filled with the love of God.

Enkindle 137 – 12.18.22 – His Invitation

In this reflection for the 4th Sunday of Advent, Kristen Fisher reminds us that God loves us so much that he gives us the choice to participate in his plan for the salvation of the world.

Enkindle 136 – 12.11.22 – Time to Rejoice

In this reflection for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, the Sullivans remind us that this week it’s time to rejoice as we go through our Christmas preparations.

Enkindle 135 – 12.04.22 – From the Stump of Jesse

In this reflection for the Second Sunday of Advent, 2022, Kristen Fisher reminds us that God never forgets his promises and that he will never abandon us.