Posts from May 2018

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Reflection on Pentecost Sunday

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

I am often amazed at the occurrences in my life, and yet, when I reflect on the Lord’s plan, I can only laugh. How could I possibly understand His Will?! I mean, He made the planets, stars, and all that we enjoy; yet somehow, I forget that and feel like I actually made something happen. […]

Reflection on the Seventh Sunday of Easter

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

In today’s Gospel, we listen as Jesus is praying for his friends.  Jesus asks God to “keep them in your name that you have given me, so that they may be one just as we are one.” Jesus is praying for his followers’ well-being in the dark and lonely days to come. Jesus is praying […]

Transitions

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

May is a month of transitions. Some are eagerly anticipated, and others are tinged with bittersweet emotion packed with events that bring about more changes than simply just being outside in warm temperatures. There are landmark moments; Proms, Graduations, Weddings. There is the start of new life chapters, felt strongly by all parents as their […]

Reflection on the Sixth Sunday of Easter

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Love… Such a simple idea.  Songs, Psalms, and poems have tried to capture this beautiful emotion from Adam until today.  Can you imagine explaining love to a robot that just awakened with artificial intelligence? It would be like trying to hold 1,000,000 mustard seeds in the palm of your hand. “I see that God shows […]