Parishioner Michelle Miller provides us with a video reflection for the Fifth Sunday of Easter in which she shares with our community her thoughts on two attributes of motherhood.
Fr. Jim’s video reflection, Liturgy of the Word, Music and a Parish Update on the Fourth Sunday of Easter
Happy Feast of St. Joseph the Worker! On May 1st, we express gratitude to all who have volunteered and worked in the many ministries and outreach programmes of St. Joseph’s Parish.
I find it a beautiful image, this walking together; we share our grief and struggle and as we listen to each other, and eventually our eyes are opened to a new reality. We are called to let go of what we thought would occur and embrace what is happening at the moment and be open to a new way of looking at life. We can discover that Jesus has been walking with us.
I asked God to still my doubts and fears and wondered how many others were feeling the same. Did they too seem to struggle with feelings of betrayal and abandonment just as Jesus had on the Cross? Where was the resurrection?
Happy Easter! Although we’re not sure when we may be able to celebrate and meet again in our church, we hope that these resources prove meaningful in your personal reflection and prayers.
In this time of physical distancing and isolation, we are sharing with you resources for the Easter Triduum.