Sunday, January 04, 2009

Sunday Silence


The feast of the Epiphany.

2 comments:

Jennifer said...

Therese,
It's so nice to meet you! I'm glad you found me. Thanks for tagging along! How wonderful of God to connect me with someone on another continent! Many New Year's blessings to you and your family.
Jennifer
Holy Family, Jesus, Mary & Joseph -- pray for us!!

Karen said...

I'm pretty new to being an active Catholic and after going to Mass this morning, I have a better understanding, and appreciation, for the Epiphany. I heard this word before, but now it MEANS something! Our parish is being asked to bring in a paper bag of certain food items to next Sunday's mass. Those will be our gifts to our Lord. I thought that was such a wonderful idea! I can't wait to get my kids involved. The food banks around here in Southern Maryland, USA are in dire need of food, so I'm happy to be helping out! Great post!

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