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Lectio divina is a method of prayer from the monastic tradition of Christianity. It is translated as “holy reading,” “divine reading”, “meditative reading,” or “spiritual reading.”

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Ignatian contemplation is a very active way of praying that engages the mind and heart and stirs up thoughts and emotions and is suited especially for the Gospels.

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Receive The Holy Spirit

05-28-2023  |  We Celebrate Worship Resource, Vol. 48, No. 2

As we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit, we are treated to two separate origin stories. Both Luke (as the author of Acts) and John give us accounts of the moment in which the Holy Spirit came down upon the disciples. Funny thing is the stories are nearly completely different. According to Luke, the Spirit came on Pentecost itself, after Jesus had already ascended to be with the Father in heaven. But John tells us that Jesus personally gave the apostles the Holy Spirit when he first appeared to them after his resurrection, obviously before his ascension. Luke reports that the Holy Spirit came on a fierce wind, but John says it was on Jesus' gentle breath. In Acts, the disciples begin to proclaim God’s mighty acts loud enough to be heard by a crowd of people. In John, the disciples are silent, for they are in hiding. Perhaps we should think of the coming of the Holy Spirit as a process, or a series of episodes, rather than a single event. As the wind can buffet us as a strong gale or refresh us as a gentle breeze, the Holy Spirit, who first came to most of us when we were infants, comes to us again and again in different ways, with different gifts, and different workings, throughout our entire lives.

Do you feel the Holy Spirit’s movement in your life in both overwhelming and gentle ways? How have you been affected?

Recibe El Espíritu Santo

Mientras celebramos la venida del Espíritu Santo, se nos presentan dos historias de origen separadas. Tanto Lucas (como autor de los Hechos) como Juan, nos cuentan del momento en que el Espíritu Santo descendió sobre los discípulos. Lo curioso es que las historias son casi completamente diferentes. Según Lucas, el Espíritu vino el mismo día de Pentecostés, después de que Jesús ya había ascendido para estar con el Padre en el cielo. Pero Juan nos dice que Jesús personalmente les dio a los apóstoles el Espíritu Santo cuando se les apareció por primera vez después de su resurrección, obviamente antes de su ascensión. Lucas informa que el Espíritu Santo vino en un viento fuerte, pero Juan dice que fue en el suave aliento de Jesús. En Hechos, los discípulos comienzan a proclamar los hechos poderosos de Dios lo suficientemente alto como para ser escuchados por una multitud de personas. En Juan, los discípulos callan, porque están escondidos. Quizás deberíamos pensar en la venida del Espíritu Santo como un proceso, o una serie de episodios, en lugar de un solo evento. Así como el viento puede azotarnos como un fuerte vendaval o refrescarnos como una suava brisa, el Espíritu Santo, que vino a la mayoría de nosotros cuando éramos niños, viene a nosotros una y otra vez de diferentes maneras, con diferentes dones y diferentes funcionamiento, a lo largo de toda nuestra vida.

¿Sientes el movimiento del Espíritu Santo en tu vida tanto de manera abrumadora como gentil? ¿Cómo te ha afectado?



24 hours of Eucharistic Adoration / 24 horas de Adoración Eucarística

Beginning at the 8:00am Mass on the First Friday, closing at the 8:00am on the First Saturday


Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracles

Join us on Sat, Jun 3 - Fri, Jun 9 at St. Augustine Catholic Church in the Parish Life Center, 375 N. Sunset Drive, Casselberry, FL 32707. Saturday times are 10:00am-9:00pm, Sunday times are 9:00am-5:00pm, and then Monday-Friday times are 10:00am-8:00pm.


Eucharistic Pilgrimage: The Gift of Sacred Mystery

Bishop John Noonan and Father Anthony Aarons, Rector invite you to join them for a Eucharistic Pilgrimage: The Gift of Sacred Mystery on Sat, Jun 10 from 9:00am–12:00pm at the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe.


Become a Volunteer for our Stellar 2023 VBS!

Join us as we help young minds, kindergarten to 5th grade, understand the love of God through many interactive activities and explore the many blessings God has given us.


Vacation Bible School

June 26– 30, 2023 from 9:00am to 12:00pm

Registrations will be accepted the week of Faith Formation Registrations APRIL 24-28!