Monthly Archives: December 2009
As we bring in the new year, I’ve been thinking on the New Year ahead and wondering what is in store for us. Today is a great day to give thanks to God for the past year and, if it … Continue reading
I received this meditation from a ministry I support. I thought it was especially good for today, so I send it on to you. I had coffee with a friend last week and he commented that the history of addiction … Continue reading
Fr Jim wishes you all a Merry Christmas. May the heart be touched by the Baby Jesus this Christmas, that you will seek to learn more in the days to come of His love. St Mark’s Church was beautiful last … Continue reading
01 Track 1 When you are with family this Christmas, know that there will be Religious and Political differences between members. You are not likely to convince them that your ways are right and better than theirs. So, instead be … Continue reading
Remember as we move so closer to the celebration of Christ’s Nativity, we continue to prepare. John the Baptist gave a shout out about Christ. He did it in the desert, not in a big city. Remember we are to … Continue reading
Some thoughts as I remember yesterday’s Mass and festivities. What a gift it was to have the Sunday school children sing the sermon hymn and to be able to preach a children’s sermon, sitting on the altar step. These are … Continue reading
See you all on Sunday, The Second Sunday after Christmas, and commemoration of the Octave Day of St. John, at St Mark’s Church. May the New Year bring us all His Joy!
Come and hear of John the Baptist (actualy a Jew) who heralded the Christ. Thank God for all the gifts He gives, most especially the church and priests to help us all get ready for His coming.