Entries by Diane Palumbo

Prayer for the Week (July 4-July 10, 2021)

Let us pray that we reject not the Word of God     coming among his own: God, our Father without equal, your Son, your Word,     came among us as one of our own,     our own flesh and blood. Dispose us to welcome him always and to listen     to […]

Sunday Reflection (July 4, 2021)

Do you ever reason as Paul had at one time?  If only I could rid myself of this one thorn in the flesh, then I would be complete for God’s work and indeed do more (2 Corinthians 12:2-10). Paul reminds us: Divine  power reveals itself through human weakness. God works through us despite our imperfections, and as […]

Prayer for the Week (June 27-July 3, 2021)

Let us pray for the strength to reject     the darkness of sin: Father in heaven, the light of Jesus has scattered     the darkness of hatred and sin. Called to that light, we ask for your guidance. Form our lives in your truth and our hearts in your love. We ask this […]

Sunday Reflection (June 27, 2021)

Despite all the hardships King Saul had caused David, David had kind words for King Saul. David was able to see the positive in King Saul and what he had done for the Israelites (2 Samuel 1:1, 17-27). Think about it: When someone has done us wrong, how difficult is it to see their good […]

Sunday Reflection (June 13, 2021)

Think of ourselves and Christ’s Church as farmers who plant seeds, and the seed that we plant together is the Good News of Jesus Christ.   We plant it through our proclamation and actions in response to God’s love revealed to us in Jesus Christ.  Yet, planting seeds is not always easy.  We do not always see the results of that […]