A plywood sign, the prophet Elijah, and closing down for repairs. Take a five-minute listen and it’ll make sense. We promise!
Then share your good ideas with us. How do you close down for repairs?
Who knows what path Elizabeth Ann Seton’s life might have taken had she not been in Italy on the feast of Corpus Christi. Who knows what might have happened had Juliana of Cornillon ignored the Lord’s call to pave the way for the first celebration some 550 years prior. Here are stories of two women and their strong connection to the Feast of Corpus Christi.
Tune in to this month’s episode of The Water Jar podcast and discover (or perhaps rediscover) ways to live the liturgy and celebrate the good, true, and beautiful found within the Church’s June calendar.
Join The Well live tonight at 8:00 p.m. as we pray A Mother’s Walk: The Way of the Cross together. Let us take time this Holy Week to reflect with Mary on her son’s great passion.
Join The Well tonight at 7:00 p.m. for an hour of prayer and petition, witness and worship. For those who haven’t used Zoom before, have… Read More »Tonight! Virtual Hour of Power with The Well
Three announcements: The release of our next episode in our Lenten podcast series, the winner of the Wellie NCAA tournament challenge, and save the date for our 2019 Summer at The Well gathering
A bite-sized, short and sweet weekly reflection you can listen to under five minutes. This week’s question to ponder: Have you asked God to do something in your life? Are you still waiting? While you wait, ponder how God is doing something new within you – right here, right now.
For those who didn’t attend our 2017 summer gathering, you missed seeing and enjoying Katie Wallin’s “well” cake. It was so beautiful many didn’t realize… Read More »Advent at The Well: A Word About Our Cookie Table