Monthly Archives: March 2016

He is Risen

A practice that many do not practice is the traditional Easter greeting among Christians. I do it every year, but not everyone knows the response. The greeting is, “The Lord is Risen!” Our response to that is, “The Lord is truly Risen!” I once again address you brothers and sisters in the Lord, “The Lord [...]

By | March 27th, 2016|Carmelite Spirituality|Comments Off on He is Risen

Message for Palm Sunday

Fr. Don Brick, OCD, gives his insight on Palm Sunday. Today's Readings Do you notice the different contrasts in the Passion of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ? There is a litany of conflict in the Passion, a tale of tensions in the Passion. We see for instance the betrayal of Judas vs. the loyalty [...]

By | March 20th, 2016|Carmelite Spirituality|Comments Off on Message for Palm Sunday

Fifth Sunday of Lent

LinK: Today's Readings There are two movements in the season of Lent. The first four week period is a mode of conversion and a time to look at ourselves and to examine whether we are taking serious the commitment we have made to the Lord Jesus in our Baptism. It is a period of renewal [...]

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Fourth Sunday of Lent

Readings for Today It is always good to recommit ourselves during Lent; we are half way now and some people are already worn out with their prayer, fasting, and almsgiving and others have not done anything substantial yet. Whether you have done much or not done anything at all, today is a time for us [...]

By | March 6th, 2016|Carmelite Spirituality|Comments Off on Fourth Sunday of Lent