Weekly Reflections2020-08-12T11:53:51-07:00

Deacon Fred Pratt’s Reflection #1

All my life I’ve been an eternal optimist. Not that I’m not now, but amid all of the division and turmoil that is occurring in our country, I have to admit my trust at times is being challenged. Webster’s Dictionary describes trust as “assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something.” Another example of trust is having faith that things will be better in the future. Both apply to Jesus Christ, correct? So

September 14th, 2020|

Fr. Dale’s Reflection #2

March 23rd, 2020|

One of the songs we are going to sing this weekend on our Live Stream is “We Believe” by the Newsboys. The song begins with these words: "In this time of desperation, When all we know is doubt and fear, There is only one foundation, We believe, we believe In this broken generation When all is dark, you help us see There is only one salvation We believe, we believe." I am sure a lot of us feel those

Fr. Dale’s Reflection #1

March 17th, 2020|

We are in uncomfortable times. I think it is especially hard on us because we treat comfort as a god. Everything about our society speaks of being comfortable and not experiencing pain or discomfort. We do not like anything that makes us feel like we are not in control. Inconvenience is something we "avoid like the plague." And yet, here we are today, in 2020, with our modern medicine and technology, incredibly inconvenienced, very uncomfortable, and feeling fearful

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