Posted by: vftmom247 | 2012/05/12

Mission update

We had an incredibly wonderful gathering last night.  Us Taylors, three brother and sister missionaries from ATL, and about ten Susterseel folks.  We broke bread (well, snacks), laughed, talked, played some games..and there were moments when I could just feel the Lord smiling down on us and giving us a high-five.  Blessed evening.  

Beginning this weekend, we’ll have our Confirmations.  We’ll probably hit most of them, either because we know some of the kids participating, or the altar servers, or just because.  

Looking out at the spring appearing all over (in spite of a high of 54 C today), at all the plants coming up, this really reminded me of how Confirmation is a sign of a new life in God, of becoming a Catholic on your own terms, in your own right, not just your parents saying you’re a Catholic.  Kinda cool.

Advertisements

Categories

MS(c) Scotland

A journey to a new country to receive a Master of Science in History from the University of Edinburgh

Attila Ovari

Loving Life and Inspiring Others

How Wee Learn

Out of the box learning ideas, playful art, exploring nature, and simple living - that is How We Learn!

Little Bins for Little Hands

Learning Through Playing

Here At Gk

Geilenkirchen, Brunssum, and Schinnen ~ The Tri-border Community

Listening in the Desert

I'm totally dependent on You, Father.

Crayon Box Chronicles

sensory. art. play-based learning.

Pat Gohn

Writer, Speaker, Catechist

Happy Hooligans

Art for Kids, Kids Crafts, Kids Activities and Play Ideas

Crafting in the 21st Century

Using current technology to create 19th Century crafts

Ambassador Crochet

Reaching Out, One Stitch At a Time

Patricia Ann McNair

Things Writerly and Readerly

46 Psalm

Be still and know that I am God

Hollis Plample

draws comics

Clearing Customs

how the people and parts of our world cross cultures, from a former missionary

iGameMom

Games for Learning

CharisseNicole.com

Live Well | Laugh Often | Love Unconditionally

leaf and twig

where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry

%d bloggers like this: