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Enkindle 58 – 06.20.21 – Calming the Storms

In this reflection for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Colin MacIver shares how God’s power and love gets us through the storms in life, and how that same love calls us to think and act differently.

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Readings for 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2021

Enkindle 57 – 06.13.21 – Small Seeds and Big Plans

In this reflection for the 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Deacon Steve Sarnecki shares a story of small seeds and big plans to remind us that a little faith in God reveals his amazing plans for us.

Enkindle 56 – 06.06.21 – The Blood of Jesus

For the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, 2021, Kristen Fisher reflects on how Christ offers his body and blood to free us from sin and death.

Enkindle 55 – 05.30.21 – Family Style

In this reflection for Trinity Sunday, 2021, Ana and Veronica Novotny reflect on the beautiful way that God reveals himself to us: through the image of a family that is born out perfect love.

Enkindle 54 – 05.23.21 – Heroes in His Church

In this reflection for Pentecost Sunday, 2021, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us that God wants to raise heroes in his church who are ready to change the world through the power of his love through the Holy Spirit.

Enkindle 53 – 05.16.21 – Barque of Peter

In this reflection for the Ascension Sunday, Kristen Fisher shows that we aren’t just passengers on our journey with Christ, but that in the life of the Church, which is like a boat, we each have a unique job to spread His love and invite others to know Him.

Enkindle 52 – 05.09.21 – This is the Way

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.

Enkindle 51 – 05.02.21 – Connected

Colin and Aimee MacIver reflect on the vine and the branches and how we are connected and sometimes pruned by, Jesus and what he says to us.

Enkindle 50 – 04.25.2021 – The More Than Good Shepherd

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.

Enkindle 49 – 04.18.2021 – Open Our Eyes

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.