Browsing the 2020 archive of Everyday Evangelization

Dear God,

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 3/30/20

Thank you so much for having all of us in this world finally stop and take a long and overdue DEEP BREATH!  You were probably getting tired of watching each of us run our minds ragged with all the things we think we need to do in the ... Read More »

Spiritual Communion

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 3/25/20

Sunday after Sunday Catholics receive communion and really don’t think about the availability of that host that is placed in their mouths.  The Corona virus pandemic suddenly has made us look at what happens when the “bread of life” isn’t there to nourish us.  No mass!  No communion! ... Read More »

Faith not Fear!

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 3/19/20

The Corona virus is striking fear and panic into the hearts of many of us as this global pandemic hits our shores.  The Bible tells us of the many plagues and epidemics that man has suffered down through the ages……so this is nothing new for the Church.

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Be A Blessing To Someone Today!

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 2/18/20

What does it mean to be a blessing?  What qualifications are required? The most important qualification is unconditional love.  Being a blessing means giving from the heart.  As Christ says “it is more blessed to give than to receive.”

You need look no further than our Sunday Masses ... Read More »

God's Hall of Fame

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 1/29/20

On January 26th Kobe Bryant, considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time, died in a helicopter crash along with his daughter, Gianna and 7 seven others.  Everyone was saddened to hear of his passing and are curious to know more about who this man really was.

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The Spiritual Hug

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 1/15/20

There is a picture from an article called the “Rescuing Hug”.  The picture shows two just born twins together in an incubator.  The article details the first week of their lives.  Apparently, they were in separate incubators as one was not expected to live.  A hospital nurse fought ... Read More »