Reflection from Fr. Taylor: May 21, 2017, 6th Sunday of Easter

This Easter Season we have been seeing how faith began to grow and strengthened in the early church. In the reading from Acts today we learn how individuals were chosen for positions of leadership in the church.

The best way we practice love and service is how we live from day to day. During this time of the year there are many transitions, young people are graduating from elementary school, high schools and college. Young couples are making changes and transitions in their own life. The challenge for those who are Seniors can be different from day to day. The main thing is that whatever we do and wherever we are, we are caught up in the love of God and make this the chief purpose of how we live and what we do.

During these trying times we know that hope trust and faith must be the preeminent in our life. There are many things that come our way that seem discouraging and hopeless, but we know that hope is always assured. The many ministries that we carry out on behalf of the church and our neighbor is proof of this.  We are Christians by our love and by our care that we have on one another.

May God continue to bless you as we celebrate this Easter Season and what it means for us this entire year.

 

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