First Sunday of Lent
Reading 1 – Genesis 9:8-15
Psalm – Psalm 25:4-9
Reading 2 – 1 Peter 3:18-22
Gospel – Mark 1-12-15
“After John had been arrested, Jesus came to Galilee proclaiming the gospel of God….” (Mark 1:14)
Do you ever think about how difficult it must have been for Jesus to come into Galilee, knowing that John had just been arrested for teaching the same message that Jesus was proclaiming. It must have taken great love and trust for Jesus to do what the Father had sent Him here on earth to do. In the same way, following a life of stewardship takes great love and trust from us. We must be willing to surrender completely to God, trusting that God will always give us all that we need to fulfill His plan for us.
Lenten Virtual Adult Education Program with Seminarian Derek Mobilio
You are invited to join us Wednesday evenings in Lent for a Virtual Adult Education program with our seminarian
Leveraging the Bishop Barron ENGAGE videos, we will reflect on a different topic/video each week.
The short videos and reflection questions will be sent to you weekly, and in advance, so you can view them prior to our online discussion. We will then gather
Wednesday's at 7:30PM on Zoom
with Derek. The Zoom meeting details will also be included in the weekly Flocknote.
To participate in this virtual adult education program and to receive the Flocknote reflections, videos and Zoom meeting information please join our
2021 ENGAGE Lenten Series
Flocknote group by clicking the button below. You will only receive this information from Flocknote if you are part of this group.
Join 2021 ENGAGE Lenten Series
on Saturday, February 20 at 9:14AM