I am the vine, you are the branches. If you stay joined to me, then you will produce much fruit. - John 15:5
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Bishop LeGatt: Our Archdiocese Blessed with Spirit-Filled Seminarians
This week, Archbishop Albert shares with us about what our seminarians have been up to since the start of the pandemic. They have been hard at work to pursue their studies, and have served our Church in whichever way they've been able to this summer. He also shares with us the heartening presence they have been for him and the hope they are for the future of our local Church. Please pray for our seminarians as they depart to resume their seminary studies in the coming days, to a very different reality than they left.
Bishop LeGatt on the Assumption and Mary’s ‘Yes’
Bishop LeGatt: We Truly Are His Hands and Feet!
Through this entire pandemic, what has given Archbishop Albert has been witnessing the countless people in our parishes and communities who have stepped up to serve. So many have come up with creative and effective initiatives to reach out. These are signs of God’s love, who never abandons us. We truly are His hands and feet! Archbishop Albert takes this opportunity to express a heartfelt thanks to all who have stepped forward.
Bishop LeGatt: Discernment in Times of Pandemic
Life sometimes requires us to make big decisions, regarding our career, family, life, among many others. It can be very difficult to make these decisions, especially so in these times of pandemic. How can we make big decisions within a context filled with so much uncertainty? So little sense of control? This week, Archbishop Albert suggests a few tips, and reminds us that the Lord is always with us, that He walks with us, and that He watches over us, especially in these difficult times.
Bishop LeGatt: We're all in this together for the long haul
When we say Amen to receiving Jesus, we say Amen to one another for the long haul. This week, Archbishop Albert invites us, in these summer months, to remain vigilant, being patient with one another. It’s about mutually supporting one another. Let us be careful, be kind, be patient - for the long haul.
Bishop LeGatt: Let us be part of God's How
God has always rescued His people in the midst of crisis, as He will continue to do for us. The question now is whether we see how He does this. In this week’s message, Archbishop Albert invites us to reflect on our part to play in God’s how. We could be tempted to selfishly turn back onto ourselves, and act on our own whims and desires, no matter the consequences. But God’s Love calls us away from this, to social consciousness, motivated by true love for our sisters and brothers.
- Bishop LeGatt: Our Archdiocese Blessed with Spirit-Filled Seminarians
- Bishop LeGatt on the Assumption and Mary’s ‘Yes’
- Bishop LeGatt: We Truly Are His Hands and Feet!
- Bishop LeGatt: Discernment in Times of Pandemic
- Bishop LeGatt: We're all in this together for the long haul
- Bishop LeGatt: Let us be part of God's How
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