what a week!
WOW! What a week! The love of God blanketed our region like a 24 inch coating of snow! Oh wait-- that was snow! And we are still feeling all of that love even now! My child is enjoying seemingly eternal “snow days”, and as I write this blog, will be home again tomorrow. Because of this, I have had a chance to sit by the fire and think about all that I learned last week at the Something Greater Interfaith Forum-”Exploring the Mercy of God”. I hope you find it inspiring as well
guardians and friends
“I can’t imagine how lonely and dark life must be without God and the Church!” are the words that keep ringing in my ears, spoken by a friend at a dinner party the other night. We invited a priest to supper-- the topic: “Angels and Saints.” And after the priest spoke we all expressed our thoughts about the subject. The priest shared the great news that we each have our very own guardian angel! How amazing!! How wonderful to know that God cares so much for us that He sends His
Listen...that is what Pope Francis is asking us to do this month. He wants us to be bridge builders of mercy and peace. Click here to hear his plea. He wants us to think globally and act locally. He wants us to be “all ears.” “Interreligious dialogue is an indispensable condition for peace and a duty for all believers”. Pope Francis.* We listened here at Something Greater and we are joining him in this effort! Please join us for a FREE evening you will not want to miss: "EXPL
TEE HEE! We got a NEW puppy for Christmas! He is so sweet, funny, and well...NEW to this world. Everyday is a NEW adventure and every bite, lick, or whiff is a NEW thrill! [Follow us on instagram at melissaovermyer and twitter @MOSovermyer. He chimes in as “Francis the Pope loving Frenchie” :)] New! New! New! I love that word. To me it conjures up ideas of starting out, starting up or even starting over. Who does not want a fresh clean slate? The delightful feeling of fragran