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#50: The Konmari Method and Your Soul Part 1

Rachel and Jason begin this two part series introducing the KonMari Method, recapping the first episode of Netflix’s, “Tidying Up” and share what decluttering and tidying up mean for the spiritual life.

Solemn Rite of Consecration – January 19, 2019

Come Holy Spirit Come, fill the hearts of your faithful and kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth your Spirit, and they shall be created. And You shall renew the face of the earth. My dear brothers and sisters, I invite you to witness the Solemn Rite of Consecration of Marianne Cano to … Continue reading "Solemn Rite of Consecration – January 19, 2019"

#5: Ending Modern-day Slavery

Human trafficking violates the sanctity, dignity, and fundamental rights of the human person. Join Gary, Fr. Anthony and special guest Christine Commerce, Diocese of Orlando Human Trafficking Task Force Coordinator, as they discuss ways to end modern-day slavery.

Celebrations – January 2019

Now you are Christ’s body, and individually parts of it. 1 Cor 12:27 My Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Grace and Peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you.  The Christmas season has ended and we continue with the season of God Among Us!  The Scripture of the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time speaks … Continue reading "Celebrations – January 2019"

Young saints

Attending Mass each week is one of the blessings of attending a Catholic school. At Resurrection Catholic School in Lakeland, seventh graders teach second grade “Mass buddies” about the saints. Recently, Resurrection’s middle school theology teacher, Mrs. Marie Clark, assigned each seventh grade student a saint about whom they were asked to give a creative … Continue reading "Young saints"

Teens serve the community

Almost a year ago, 100 Teens Who Care Lakeland was introduced to the Lakeland community. The teens’ mission is to come together to raise money for local charities. At the beginning of each meeting, every member gives $10 to the organization. That money is then used for donating to selected charities. Charities are nominated by … Continue reading "Teens serve the community"

Covenant – January 2019

I, the LORD, have called you for the victory of justice, I have grasped you by the hand; I formed you, and set you as a covenant of the people, a light for the nations, to open the eyes of the blind, to bring out prisoners from confinement, and from the dungeon, those who live … Continue reading "Covenant – January 2019"

Christmas, Vigil Mass – December 24, 2018

Christmas is like no other time of the year – Christmas music and Christmas songs; homes decorated with lights and Christmas trees. Here in Church tonight – the music, the flowers, the singing of Christmas hymns, the crib and Jesus lying peacefully in a manger. We will hear the Christmas hymn as the angels foretold to … Continue reading "Christmas, Vigil Mass – December 24, 2018"

Christmas Vigil Mass, St. James Cathedral

Christmas is like no other time of the year – Christmas music and Christmas songs; homes decorated with lights and Christmas trees. Here in Church tonight – the music, the flowers, the singing of Christmas hymns, the crib and Jesus lying peacefully in a manger. We will hear the Christmas hymn as the angels foretold to … Continue reading "Christmas Vigil Mass, St. James Cathedral"

#6: The Christmas Pickle by Carol Brinati

In this delightful story, a choir works together to bring the true message of the Christmas story to life! By trusting in the gifts God has given them, the choir joyously sings as the angels first did announcing the birth of Christ is present with us always. We realize that our greatest gifts are the … Continue reading "#6: The Christmas Pickle by Carol Brinati"