- Prayer & Worship
- Lifelong Faith Formation
Elizabeth Federman - Director of Youth & Young Adult Evangelization
We are here for a mission and together we embrace that mission!
In the first reading we hear about the Spirit coming upon the Jews, some of who were followers of Jesus. They gathered in Jerusalem for their celebration of Pentecost, an agricultural festival to give thanks to God for the early harvest.
This Spirit’s coming brings about great changes in the lives of those early “inspired” Jews. The ability to speak and understand different languages is only the first. Furthermore, they were able to understand and speak to the differences within the human community. As they were gathered together to give thanks to God for the abundance of the fields, these men and their followers were to spread the news “of the mighty acts of God”.
Each year at Pentecost it is our celebration of how God’s Spirit sent from the skies brings forth a harvest of good works through the cooperation of human hands. In a sense, the Church is a “Pentecost”.
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