Looking Ahead...2010!

Posted by saintisaac on December 29, 2009 at 12:00 PM


Post-Christmas Greetings to All --


++Archbishop P. Gregory Schell challenged the congregation this past Sunday to set a resolution for our spiritual man!  Many in America will set goals to lose weight, start a work out routine, quit smoking, etc.  All of these are viable efforts, but what will our spiritual resolutions be?  The striking part of the message, The Enlightened Mind (link available on homepage), for me was the idea that true change happens from the inside out.  Two questions to ponder:


What spiritual routine are you not practicing now that you are willing to committing to practice in 2010 (accountability available - free of charge - for these by contacting the pastoral office)?



What makes a person 'lovable'?  List specific qualities you look for... 


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Reply [email protected]
1:06 PM on December 29, 2009 
I want to be more open-transparent. That takes self love-no matter what you think, God still loves me and I can love myself.
Reply MervEllen Ashby
5:10 PM on January 5, 2010 
My desire for the new decade is to take risks. Emotional, relational, learning to look for opportunities.
What makes a person lovable? Emotional availability helps :-) Confidence, honesty, being available with their time.
Reply juanita shah
10:40 AM on January 23, 2010 
spirtual routine to practice for me and my family is ,knowing we are not here for ourself but for others as well. A person lovable is to know his or her heart look . for trust ,honest, self worthy in others .
Reply damienc
5:05 AM on January 30, 2010 
Being "lovable" means being available whenever! At all times! Not many of us are hardly ever that available. I believe LOVE is a choice, not an emotion. Some of us choose to "LOVE", while others would rather "feel" loved. The qualities I look for is the determination to love someone irregardless of feelings rather than the shallow experience of the warm and fuzzies.