Posts from March 2018

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Easter Sunday Reflection

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Easter Sunday Reflection “When Simon Peter arrived after him, he went into the tomb and saw the burial cloths there, and the cloth that had covered his head, not with the burial cloths but rolled up in a separate place. Then the other disciple also went in, the one who had arrived at the tomb first, and he saw and […]

Stations of the Cross – Teen Reflections

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

2018 Teen Stations of the Cross Let us come together in prayer to walk with Jesus, to be His companions on His way to the Cross.  These reflections represent the collective voices of the teens of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish who have opened their hearts and invited the Holy Spirit to inspire them and […]

2018 Stations of the Cross

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

2018 STATIONS OF THE CROSS These reflections on the Stations of the Cross were written by members of our parish family who have opened their hearts to the fire of God’s love and let the Holy Spirit in to inspire and guide them. As you read these reflections, we invite you to see with your […]

Reflection for the Fifth Sunday in Lent

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Reflection on the Fifth Sunday of Lent In this Gospel by John, the people wanted to visit Jesus, so Jesus spoke prophetically about His upcoming death.  He spoke about accepting the Will of God, the Father, though the actions would be hard to endure. In this Gospel, Jesus teaches us all about capitulating to God’s […]

Reflection on the Fourth Sunday in Lent

by Shannon Jones

Reflection on the Fourth Sunday of Lent     The imagery of light versus darkness plays a key role in John’s Gospel this week…and also has been a big factor in my life and the lives of many in northern New Jersey, dealing with power outages and winter storms during these early days of March.  In the […]

Reflection on the Third Sunday in Lent

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Reflection on the Third Sunday of Lent In the days of Moses, the Israelites had a multitude of laws to follow, but most were made by man’s intentions and not God’s. In today’s First Reading from Exodus, the Israelites were given ten laws.  As simple as those ten may seem, we are reminded of the […]