The Transfiguration of Jesus
This weekend's Gospel recalls the Transfiguration. According to the Gospel accounts, Jesus took three disciples—Peter, James, and John—on Mount Tabor to pray. While they were praying, his appearance was changed by a brilliant white light that radiated from him and his clothing. Moses and Elijah, the greatest prophets of the Old Testament, appeared with Jesus, and a voice came from heaven, saying, “This is my beloved Son. Listen to him.”
Celebrate the Feast of the Transfiguration in these ways:
Reflect on the Scripture:
Have you ever had an experience of God that transformed your life? Have you experienced an awe-inspiring moment in your life? What happened or where were you?
How are you experiencing transfiguration this Lenten season?
How do you make yourself available to listen to Jesus each day? What steps can you take to open yourself and your Church of the Home more to his “voice” throughout the day?
Jesus’ physical transformation seems to be a ‘sneak preview’ of the glory of God found in Him. Moses and Elijah stand nearby and talk with Jesus. What would you say is the significance of Moses and Elijah’s presence here?
Pray a decade of the Luminous mysteries.
Serve vanilla ice cream for dessert or a special treat, remembering that Jesus’ face and clothing were whiter than snow (represented by the ice cream).
King of Glory by Jesus Culture
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40-in-40 for Freedom House
Resurrection is walking the Lenten Labyrinth to Easter. Join us by walking 40 miles in the 40 days of Lent. Along the way, collect sponsors and donations for Freedom House.
Go to Resurrection's Facebook page to
post your miles walked and share your pictures of your walk.
Join us for Mass this weekend in person at 4:oo on Saturday, 8:30 or 10:30 on Sunday, on www.gbres.org/live, our YouTube channel, and our Facebook page.
READINGS FOR THIS WEEKEND’S MASSES
VIRTUALLY SUNDAY REFLECTION
Guided by the inspiration of the Spirit.
Journey through the acts of transformation with Fr. Paul
as he reflects on this Sunday's Scripture readings.
March Generations of Disciples
This Weekend's Bulletin
(click to read)
2022 Bishop's Appeal
Counseling Individuals in Need
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Catholic Charities offers counseling services for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families facing challenges in their lives. Individuals from different backgrounds and situations reach out daily to Catholic Charities for help.
Counseling includes helping people through the loss of a loved one, depression, anxiety, addictions, life changes, and family issues. Counselors answer God’s call by providing these services to everyone who seeks them, regardless of religious affiliation, culture, or ability to pay.
Your gift to the Bishop’s Appeal allows Catholic Charities to give hope to people in need. To make a gift today, contact the parish office, visit the Bishop’s Appeal website at www.catholicfoundationgb.org/give, or call Tammy toll-free at 877-500-3580, ext. 8123.
Ruby and Res
Ruby took time out of her day to walk the labyrinth in the Day Chapel.
She invites you to do the same (although there may or may not be treats along the path for you.)