4th Sunday of Advent; Luke 2:8-15. Our hurts and sorrows are part of us, and hiding from them doesn’t help. But God has come, God is with us, and therefore joy can still be found.
The 4th Sunday of Advent. Reading: Luke 2:8-15.
Isaiah 9:2, 6-7. On this third Sunday of Advent, we look at the situation of the shepherds and the wise men in the story of Christ’s birth.
2nd Sunday of Advent; Isaiah 40:9-11. When we think of the Incarnation, perhaps the best way to put it is, “When Love came down.”
We begin the Advent season with a reminder to hope in what we know, even if we can’t see it.
A reflection on the divine love of God that is not only given to us but is within us.
The prophet Isaiah gives his people a wonderful promise: “For to us a child is born, to us a son is given…” This promise is the source of their/our joy because that child is Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Prince of Peace.