January 2021 archive of Reflections

January 2021 archive of Reflections

Fr. Jo’s Reflection for 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Yr B January 17th, 2021

Posted by John Wolf on 1/16/21

First, let’s set the course for the abrupt change in our liturgical taste or style today. You remember that last Sunday was the feast of the Baptism of the Lord. As John baptized Jesus in the Jordan river, it marked a new manifestation of the trinity of persons in ... Read More »

Fr. Jo's Reflection for The Baptism of the Lord Yr B January 10th, 2021

Posted by John Wolf on 1/09/21

I was nicely surprised when I went out two nights ago and saw that the Christmas lights in some McAlester streets were still on. I guess someone forgot to remove them when many other Americans brought down their Christmas décor/trees on December 26th. Yet, intentional Catholics know that the ... Read More »

Fr. Jo's Reflection for The Epiphany of the Lord Yr B January 3rd, 2021

Posted by John Wolf on 1/01/21

We truly possess minds capable of peering into the mysteries of creation and our existence, but we’re often too lazy to venture, like the Magi, into this expedition. We gloss over daily events and natural occurrences because we’re so used to experiencing them. For example, we see pregnant mothers ... Read More »

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