Posts from March 2019

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Reflection on the Fourth Sunday of Lent

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

So whoever is in Christ is a new creation: the old things have passed away; behold, new things have come. ~2 Cor 5:17 I chose to focus on the above verse from today’s Mass readings. As we lead up to Easter, spring is upon us – a time of rebirth that includes longer days of […]

Reflection on the Third Sunday in Lent

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

In today’s First Reading, Moses is leading his regular daily life when he sees something extraordinary – an angel of the Lord and a burning bush. It seems only the bush fascinated Moses. Then God called out to Moses and told him to come no further. Again, Moses was completely focused on the bush, nothing […]

Reflection on the Second Sunday of Lent

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Reflection on the Second Sunday of Lent I was asked to write a reflection on the readings for the second week of Lent and I chose to briefly comment on Luke’s Gospel 9: 28-36. This is a very special Gospel passage because it discusses the Transfiguration of Jesus in all His glory, as revealed to […]

Reflection on the First Sunday of Lent

by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Reflection on the First Sunday of Lent In our readings today, we hear about Jesus facing temptation. Jesus provides a wonderful role model to all of us, as he stands strong against temptation. Jesus shows us that we must always believe in God’s Mercy and His love for us. It is in trusting God that […]