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Everyday Evangelization

Everyday Evangelization

Be Eternity Minded!

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 3/08/18

There is a time to be born and a time to die….Ecclesiastes 3:1, 2.

In Lent at the beginning of Mass we chant, “Now is the acceptable time” to ready ourselves for departure from this world.  As St. Matthew reminds us “Watch therefore, for you do not know ... Read More »

What are You giving up for Lent?

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 2/26/18

The church has given us the powerful spiritual practice of fasting which means doing without something for a period of time.  Fasting teaches us to disciple our wills to say no to ourselves.  To detach and make room for God in our lives.

Many of you might already be thinking ... Read More »

Return to Me

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 2/15/18

On Ash Wednesday, we are reminded that we are dust and to dust we shall return.  We are asked to examine our hearts and ask ourselves “What is my life all about?”  We are asked to return to God with our whole heart.  Return from sin and selfishness.  We ... Read More »


Posted by Kathy Steiner on 1/29/18

Thank you so much for saying “Yes” to making Discovering Christ a success in our parish.  Perhaps you read the bulletin articles or the online blogs.  Maybe it was the posters up at church, the post cards everyone received or a pulpit plea urging you to attend this life ... Read More »

The Personal Invitation

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 1/18/18

Pope Francis in “The Joy of the Gospel” shares this wonderful advice on how to attract people to Christ: “Christians have the duty to proclaim the Gospel without excluding anyone.  Instead of seeming to impose new obligations, they should appear as people who want to share their joy, ... Read More »

The Power of Small Everyday Choices

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 1/07/18

In a recent column, Laura Hollis points out to us that in the spirit of the Christmas season we should recognize the enormous impact of the smallest things.

She comments how remarkable it is that Christ, and through him Christianity, transformed the world in spite of his brief, impoverished ... Read More »

Discovering Christ

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 12/09/17

Advent is a time of waiting.  We are asked to “watch,” to be prepared!

Prepared of course for the coming of the Christ child . . . savior of the world.  God’s greatest gift to the world is born in a lowly stable and laid in a manger with ... Read More »

No Room at the Inn?

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 12/09/17

During December people spend a lot of time preparing for Christmas by decorating their homes and getting caught up in the busyness and commercialization of the season. The many demands we face tend to distract us from the real purpose of this beautiful holiday . . . the birth ... Read More »

Am I Ready for the Coming of the Lord?

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 11/28/17

November readings offer us insights and challenges as we close out the Church year.  Let’s see what they recommend so we can wisely prepare for his coming not only at the end times but in our daily lives until our own death and particular judgment.

We celebrate All Souls ... Read More »

Give Me a Grateful Heart O Lord!

Posted by Kathy Steiner on 11/20/17

What are you grateful for this Thanksgiving?  What are you “on your knees” for as you look back on 2017?

The early settlers in Plymouth were on their knees for the abundant harvest that assured them they wouldn’t starve during the coming winter. This first Thanksgiving set the tone ... Read More »


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