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Notes from Nancy

June 2020

Jun 30

The 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time

This week we celebrate the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time.  In the Second Reading “… you are in the spirit, if only the Spirit of God dwells in you” touched my heart as I paused to reflect on the word “Spirit” – what does it mean?   God within us allows us to be creative, filled with joy,...
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Jun 23

The 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time

This week we celebrate the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time. We, who are baptized, are baptized because Jesus came to redeem each one of us and died so that we may have eternal life.  Through our Baptism we are called to serve others as Jesus did and share the Gospel message.  The readings today stress hospitality and how we must practice...
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Jun 17

The 12th Sunday of Ordinary Time

This week we celebrate the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time. As we begin our ordinal or “counting” time we hear the message in Paul’s Letter to the Romans that is as appropriate today as it was 2,000 years ago – “the gift is not like the transgression.  For if by the transgression of the one the many died, how much...
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Jun 10

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

This week we celebrate the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ.  The Eucharist gives us life by uniting us with Christ, with Christ’s Body, the Church, and with all whom we are called to serve by receiving Eucharist.  In the past 10 weeks I have heard from many of you how much you missed receiving Eucharist.  We could watch...
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Jun 3

The Most Holy Trinity

This week we celebrate the Most Holy Trinity.  The readings express various images of God – yet words are but tiny grains of sand when we contemplate the relationship of God as Creator, Jesus as Redeemer, and Holy Spirit as Sanctifier.  Many of us relate to Jesus because we can read about his Paschal Mystery in the writings of...
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Notes from Nancy

Thoughts and announcements from our Pastoral Director, Nancy Woodcock. Please leave any questions in the comments.