Merry Christmas to all of you! Thank you so much for being a part of St. John's Religious Ed. We are so truly blessed. I love Christmas. It is my favorite feast/holiday. It all starts with Jesus being born: no Christmas, no salvation. Think about it. Jesus is the Son of God, the King of the universe, and he allows himself to become an infant, unable to speak or move on his own, just to bring us to Heaven with him. Wow. Who does that? No current leaders that I know. And yet, this is how much he loves us. Jesus was 100% human and 100% God. He knows us. Every single emotion we have, He had. He knows what makes us tick, for he became one of us. This is our hope. God's promises are forever. He promised to stay with us until the end of time. He promised to give us life, and more abundantly. He promised that his Body and Blood are real food and drink for us. What a gift! Best Christmas present that I could ever think of.
Grief and sadness, worry and anger, these are all natural human emotions in response to a year that has been 2020. God never promised to make it easy for us. But he did promise that His grace is more than enough to get us through anything. Open your heart to Him. Give Him permission to flood your soul with grace this season. I promise you, you will never regret accepting the love of Jesus.
We will not have classes in January. The new set of Weeklies is in.
Letourneau and I will be passing out the packets on Sunday, January 10 from 3-5
pm in the parking lot.
If you haven't picked up the current packet, please do so. If you do not want to receive any CCD material, please let me know and I'll take you off the list.Thank you.
Have a most Blessed and Merry Christmas! Sing "Happy Birthday" to Jesus tomorrow. He'll love it, I'm sure.
on Thursday, December 24, 2020 at 1:56PM