Monthly Archives: February 2013

Week of March 3, 3013

In today’s scripture reading from the Book of Exodus Moses sees a bush that is on fire, but not consumed. That is an something that would make any of us curious. As Moses approaches the bush God calls to him and orders him, “Come no nearer! Remove the sandals from your feet, for the place […]

Week of February 24, 2013

Lent is a time we are reminded to share our blessings with others. One of the ways our parish has responded to the needs of others is in the Spirit of Giving Program that we have at Christmas time. Anna Vahrenberg coordinates this program for us and does a wonderful job. It is one of […]

Week of February 17, 2013

In his reflection on today’s gospel Fr. Roger Karban asks how the evangelist came up with three specific temptations. The presumption is that no one was with Jesus in the wilderness recording the event. Probably Jesus shared this experience with his disciples. But, Fr. Karban goes on to say, … as relevant for us, his […]

Week of February 10, 2013

Most of us are familiar with the hymn “Here I Am, Lord.” This hymn is based on the reading we hear today from the Book of the Prophet Isaiah. Isaiah has a vision of God and as he is aware of the presence of the Holy One he becomes painfully aware of himself as unholy […]