Saturday Morning Reflections

Saturday Reflections


Take a break on Saturday morning and join us for a Facebook live event.

Upcoming Reflections

Via Lucis ~ The Stations of the Resurrection

Join Fr. Peter Hopkins as he leads us on the Way of the Cross celebrating the Easter Season.

  • Saturday, April 18, 2020
  • 10:00 am
  • This presentation of the Via Lucis will combine Sacred Art and Sacred Music while reflecting on each station.  This devotion will last approximately 45 minutes.
  • Link to our Facebook Page.

About the Via Lucis

In December 2001, the Holy See promulgated a Directory on Popular Piety and the Liturgy, which commended the Via Lucis as follows:

A pious exercise called the Via Lucis has developed and spread to many regions in recent years. Following the model of the Via Crucis, the faithful process while meditating on the various appearances of Jesus – from his Resurrection to his Ascension – in which he showed his glory to the disciples who awaited the coming of the Holy Spirit (cf. John 14, 26; 16, 13-15; Lk 24, 49), strengthened their faith, brought to completion his teaching on the Kingdom and more closely defined the sacramental and hierarchical structure of the Church. 


Past Reflections:

Mary, Our Mother and Queen

Holy Saturday Reflection: Mary, Our Queen and Mother

Mary, Our Queen and Mother Live from Our Lady of Bethesda Retreat Center. Holy Saturday has rightly been defined by some as "the longest day." With no liturgies or the Eucharistic celebration, Christians wait in silence and relive the dismay of the apostles after the death of Jesus. In this video, Fr. Daniel Pajerski, LC reflects on Mary’s roll as our mother and queen derived from her sufferings on Good Friday and Holy Saturday.

The 7 Last Words

7 Last Words of Christ, Fr. Peter Hopkins, LC

A special reflection for Good Friday: "The 7 Last Words" The 7 utterances of that Jesus spoke from the Cross on Good Friday form part of a Christian meditation during Lent, Holy Week and especially on Good Friday. In this video, Fr. Peter Hopkins, LC reflects on the significance of these words in our in our live and our journey to follow Christ more closely.