Weekly Devotion – February 11th

Weekly Devotions

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”Master,” Simon answered, “we worked hard all night long and caught nothing. But if you say so, I will let down the nets.”

They let them down and caught such a large number of fish that the nets were about to break.
When we work without trust in God, we work in vain.

When we follow Christ’s example—when we do the work that Jesus did—God blesses our effort, whether we realize it or not.


Weekly Devotion – February 4th

Weekly Devotions

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“While Jesus was praying, the heavens opened.”

God is within us and around us and above us and before us, and when we recognize this, the heavens open for us, too.

Then, we know that we no longer need to be afraid.

Because God is always there for us, we know we are never alone.


Weekly Devotion – January 28th

Weekly Devotions

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The word gospel translates to “good news.”

Through the gospel readings we see the grace of God in action.

Jesus’ transformative words brought hope, joy, and favor to those who were ready to receive Him.

Do you look to Jesus with confidence and hope in the fulfillment of all God’s promises?


Weekly Devotion – January 21st

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Our reflection from the readings this week is: “Jesus said, ‘My time has not yet come.’ But Jesus’ mother then told the servants, ‘Do whatever he tells you.’”

We always have an excuse to not do what needs to be done: It’s not time, it’s not safe, it’s not smart, it’s not socially acceptable.

But with Christ to guide us, we find the strength and support to do what we must, whether we think we’re ready or not.


Weekly Devotion – January 14th

Weekly Devotions

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Our reflection from the readings this week is:

“The one who comes will baptize you with fire and the Spirit.”

Fire and the Spirit—courage in the face of life’s challenges to faith and the wisdom to live it with depth and reflection—is the great gift of our baptism and our relationship with Christ.