WHAT MORE DO WE SEE?
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a very challenging and difficult time for all of us. Not being able to go to Mass, Confession or participate in parish life has been painful. Maybe we thought it would be just for a short time, but as time passes we are getting more and more frustrated and long for the presence of Christ in our parishes. We can stay distracted by the things we cannot do right now or look beyond the obvious and discover what more we can see. This challenging time can also be an opportunity to discover new things about God and ourselves. It can be a time to embrace a deeper sense of what it is to be disciple and messenger of hope in these difficult days.
WHAT MORE DO WE SEE? MESSAGE TRAILER
WEEK #1 – “THREE’S COMPANY”
Fr. John begins the series by sharing how the popular sitcom series “Three’s Company” and “Starry Night” by Vincent Van Gough can help us understand the Trinity in our lives. God is Father, Son and Spirit—but how do we live that out in our daily lives during this very difficult time of pandemic. What more do we see?
WEEK #2 – “SKIP THE DISHES”
Deacon Dennis preaches this weekend, reminding us that even during this pandemic, when we cannot attend Mass and receive the Eucharist, we need to look deeper. What happens to us when we look past the liturgical celebration so that we may be a Eucharistic people out in our world today—how does Jesus in the gift of the Eucharist change how we live our lives at home, at work and in the community?
WEEK #3 – “THE FANTASTIC FOUR”
Fr. Pedro preaches on this the third week of our series, looking at what it takes to be a real superhero in our world today. We have to look beyond what the movies and the comic books tell us and discover the heart of a hero. How can we be a hero/saint today? Who have been your inspirations? How can we inspire others?
WEEK #4 – “PANDEMIC HOUSE CLEANING”
This weekend is the fourth and final homily in the series called WHAT MORE DO WE SEE? Deacon Mark talks about Pandemic House Cleaning. Have we taken the opportunity to take an account of what is most important in our lives? This is a time to let go of unnecessary clutter. This way we can see and embrace what is most important.