“Change” December 9, 2011

Take 10 minutes and just watch.  Looking for something to connect to this Sunday’s readings?  I think this does it, beautifully.  Here are glad tidings being proclaimed, and the brokenhearted being healed, in a moving and inspiring way you might not expect.  Thank you, Patrick Madrid!

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11 responses to ““Change””

  1. Why I should be struggling to come up with a homily for this Sunday is beyond me, but I have been. No more. Thanks, Greg, for sharing this.

  2. Thanks for sharing this video Greg. It reinforced my message as I prep for my homily this weekend.
    Do not quench the spirit. The spirit we received in Baptism.

  3. This is too beautiful to keep for myself! I have already passed it on. Thanks for sharing with all of us.

  4. To: My dear friends and loved ones. Nearly a year ago, I became acquainted with a Blog on email, titled: The Deacon’s Bench. I check it daily and ignore much that does not interest me. This morning, I checked my email and found a message that touched me deeply. Please take a moment to watch: “Change”

    Google: “Change” by Deacon Greg Kandra, 09 Dec., 2011

    Sunday, 12/11: Yesterday, I forwarded the above message to twenty-three via
    email and have begun to receive thanks and comments from many. I will keep
    this lovely video and continue to share it with others. Today, I contacted the
    Sharon Wright Production via email to make a donation. I believe I recognize
    the elderly gentleman holding the sign – it was St. Michael The Archangel.

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