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Reflections, Images, and Videos for February 12 and 14

February 15, 2017

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mamaAt our 8:30 and 10 a.m. Services on February 12, right in time for Valentine’s Day, we explored the difference it makes for our lives and the lives of others when the light of Our Lord’s love shines within us. The videos we watched before our 10 a.m. Service invited us to come aside from the hectic pace of our daily lives, to spend time in stillness basking in the light of our Beloved’s Presence. Here they are, embedded immediately below.

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heart-gold2In a Valentine’s Day Children’s Talk at our 10 a.m. Service, Keith Daye (who is a High School English teacher) explained to our children what symbols are, and then discussed with them what crosses symbolize – how whenever we see a cross, we think of God’s love.

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Here, embedded immediately below, is the Gospel Reading at our 8:30 and 10 a.m. Services. 

Here, embedded below, is a brief reflection by Fr. Bob Gross on this passage.

Here’s a video by the Skit Guys on living out Jesus’ call to love in our Marriages. It’s especially directed to husbands who struggle with being “romantically challenged” on Valentine’s Day and the other 364 days of the year.

At our 10 a.m. Service, our Offertory Hymn expressed our commitment to give of ourselves to others in love.

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As we left our 10 a.m. Service, the following videos reminded us of our mission as members of St. Paul’s to embody, in all that we say and do, God’s limitless love for the world.

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