Baptism of the Lord, Sunday, 10 January 2021
In today’s final reflection for our first-time, kind-of-experimental, virtual Advent & Christmas retreat, Waiting in Joyful Hope author Michelle Francl-Donnay reflects on Isaiah 55:11-12, Isaiah 63:19b (again), and terns‘ territorial defense.
If you’re curious about numbers, during the course of the last 43 days, we’ve had an average of 11 visitors to these daily reflection posts. The most visited post, “Do You See Light Up Ahead?” (6 December) was read more than thirty times. We’ve also read comments from nine people.
What insight can we glean from the numbers? It’s hard to say, really. Numbers are interesting and useful, but not as interesting as your voice, and your ideas.
In the comments section below, can you share your thoughts on how this platform worked for you as a way to interact with other members and friends of our parish? What did you find helpful? How could it have been improved? Do you think you’d be inclined to try something like this again? If you’d rather not comment publicly, you can also email your feedback directly to Father Gurnick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your virtual—and very real—presence in our parish.