Fear and Faith08-05-2020Br. Michael Moore OMI
In many novels, plays, and films there are storms. Characters look to grey skies and warn that a storm is coming. This is not just a weather forecast! In our own daily lives when we face difficult or painful situations we talk about ‘ weathering a storm&rsquo, or ‘ being all at sea.’ These recent months whether at a personal, local, national or global level, we have all weathered, battled, and hopefully survived the storm that was and still is the Coronavirus. It shook and rattled us and we all did our very best to hang on and survive. Hopefully these days now, that storm is easing for us.
In the gospel today, the disciples find themselves in a storm while at sea in a boat, but this is not the only storm they are facing. The gospel continues directly from last week’s when Jesus fed the crowd. After sending them away, Jesus again spends time alone where he can be silent, rest and pray. Even Jesus can’t be busy and active all the time. While the disciples are at sea the famous storm blows and bellows.READ MORE
Personal Intentions Rosary
Please join us every Wednesday at 11:00am in the Parish Center to pray the rosary for your own personal intentions. Before the rosary, we will ask the Virgin Mary to take our personal intentions to her Divine Son, Jesus Christ. You will be given a few minutes of silence to say your intentions privately.