Connect! Sunday Reflections

The Way of Little Sacrifices

When Jesus asks us to pick up our crosses daily, how prepared are we to sacrifice? This week, consider the little opportunities for love and surrender.

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Life with Conflicting Opposites

Christianity means living with dying and living and good and evil. How do these opposites affect the way we live and love?

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Silence in the Storm

When we feel caught in the noise of the storm, the promise of God can be difficult to hear. Discover the hope of Elijah and Peter in this Sunday’s readings.

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A Hope that Gives Life

In a world often despairing, the Feast of the Transfiguration offers light and hope. This Sunday, Jesus reveals his glory to the apostles and to us.

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The Kingdom of God in Our Midst

The Kingdom of God is in our midst. Do we have the wisdom to see it?

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The God Who Is Not a Program

With every new parish program promising a new solution, Tracy Earl Welliver explains why Jesus Christ is always the real answer.

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Who Likes Waiting?

When promises seem delayed we get impatient. In this Sunday’s readings, God promises that His word will be fulfilled in His time.

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The Cost of Spiritual Joy

The experience of true spiritual joy comes at a price. It’s not cheap and it’s surely not free.

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The Paradox of Life in Christ

In this Sunday’s readings, we encounter a reality meant to be a similar wake-up call. In the paradox of the cross, we experience the tension of losing everything in order to gain all.

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Moving Beyond Fear

At first glance, living without fear may seem idealistic and unrealistic. But when you get right down to it, isn’t this the way many of our stronger saints lived their lives?

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