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Summit reflection video for the 26th Sunday of Ordinary Time with Stephanie Espinoza.
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by Tricia Tembreull
It’s one thing to budge on a dollar amount, but to budge on the vision you’ve prayed through is something else entirely.
Think about it; the busyness of Christmas is in the past, families have figured out their commitments and have a general routine in place, and adults are setting resolutions for the year that often include a desire to strengthen their relationship with God. What better way is there than to join a community that will pray with and for you, hold you accountable to live as a disciple of Christ, and help you learn about your faith while being a witness to teenagers?
When you are tired and lack patience, God desires you to be patient with someone that tries your patience in your life.
Well God, here we go again: the beginning of another ministry year. Freshmen are imploding at Life Night with a mixture of energy and nerves. Seniors already are suffering from senioritis. Veteran Core is setting the most excellent example by showing up late for the excited new Core Members. And […]
So, I might have reached Olympic exhaustion by sitting on my couch every single night the past two weeks. It is difficult work to sit, watch, and cheer on athletes who have trained tirelessly for their entire lives. It’s my American duty to cheer on my country, and I have […]
I don’t know about you, but I am so excited for the Olympics! Although I love to watch the Luge competitions during the Winter Olympics, nothing beats beach volleyball, soccer, archery, swimming, and gymnastics. Watching all the countries enter with flags raised high displaying the world’s greatest athletes takes […]
I love the boldness of Abraham in the first reading today (Genesis 18:20-32). His negotiation skills are on point. But what impresses me the most is his persistence and how he relentlessly seeks justice from God when he says, “Let not my Lord grow impatient if I go on. What […]
“I will follow you, Lord, but first let me say farewell to my family at home.” Luke 9:61 I still remember the call. I was being offered my dream job in Arizona, and I hesitated. I hesitated because it meant leaving my family, financial security, ministry, and friends. I still […]
Saturday night I went to vigil Mass and absorbed the readings and Gospel. I paid close attention to the judgment and disgust the Pharisees had for the “sinful woman” and the mercy and forgiveness Jesus showers on her. I was shocked at the courage this woman had to enter a […]
Whenever I read the Gospel of the Loaves and Fishes (Luke 9:11-17), I wish I could’ve been one of the more than 5,000 people in the crowd. Being “vertically challenged” myself, I’m not sure what I would’ve seen or heard. This wasn’t a concert. Jesus wasn’t projected on a large […]