Advent Reflections

 

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Advent Morning Reflections: Come, Lord Jesus!

Fr. Daniel Pajerski guides our journey as we prepare our hearts to welcome Christ this Christmas!

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Dec 24: O Holy Night!

Avent 2020 reflection 12: O Holy Night!

Dec 23: His Name Is John

Advent 2020 Reflection 11: His Name Is John

Dec 16: A Gentle Rain

Advent 2020 Reflection 8: A Gentle Rain

Dec 10: John the Baptist, Our Fearless Friend

Advent 2020 Reflection 6: John the Baptist, Our Fearless Friend

Dec 8: Mary, the Perfect Dwelling Place

Advent 2020 Reflection 4: Mary, the Perfect Dwelling Place

Dec 2: Living In the House of the Lord

Advent 2020 Reflection 2: Living in the House of the Lord

Dec 1: Come, Lord Jesus

Advent 2020 Morning Reflection: Come, Lord Jesus

Dec 22: Spirit, Soul and Body Rejoice

Advent 2020 Reflection 10

Dec 17: Justice Will Flourish

Advent 2020 Reflection 9: Justice Will Flourish

Dec 15: Getting Closer to Christ

Advent 2020 Reflection 7: Getting Closer to Christ

Dec 9: Finding Rest This Advent Season

Advent 2020 Reflection 5:Finding Rest This Advent

Dec 3: St. Francis Xavier, Preparing the Way for Christ

Advent 2020 Reflection 3: St. Francis Xavier, Preparing the Way for Christ


Past Reflections:

Good Friday Reflection 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.

Holy Saturday 2020 Reflection

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.