Lenten Fifth

DSC_1110 Our prayer this day, the Fifth Sunday of Lent.

Spring starts very early tomorrow morning, Lord. It time for a new covenant, a new heart, new life.

New days are coming. We need a spring cleansing from our guilt, clean away our sin. Write Your law upon our hearts; may we become renewed with a steadfast spirit within us.  We should have a willing spirit sustaining our souls as allow the joy of Your salvation to occupy our very being.

We have died a little bit throughout this past winter, Lord, and seek the transformation of planted grains of wheat seeded into the ground for new life. We desire to know the Lord, to be obedient to your will and perfected into eternal life.

D. Scott Miller

D. Scott Miller is the dean of Catholic Youth Ministry bloggers which is a polite way of either saying that he is just plain old or has been blogging for a long time (since 2004.)

Scott recently married the lovely Anne and together they have five adult young people and also grandparent three delightful kids (so, maybe he is just plain old!) Scott presently serves at Saint John the Evangelist in Columbia, MD as the director of youth and young adult ministry.

He has previously served on the parish, regional, diocesan, and national levels as well as having taught within a catholic high school. He is one of the founders of RebuildMyChurch and has returned to posting regularly (keeping regular is important to old guys) at ProjectYM.


D. Scott Miller


D. Scott Miller is the dean of Catholic Youth Ministry bloggers which is a polite way of either saying that he is just plain old or has been blogging for a long time (since 2004.)

Scott recently married the lovely Anne and together they have five adult young people and also grandparent three delightful kids (so, maybe he is just plain old!) Scott presently serves at Saint John the Evangelist in Columbia, MD as the director of youth and young adult ministry.

He has previously served on the parish, regional, diocesan, and national levels as well as having taught within a catholic high school. He is one of the founders of RebuildMyChurch and has returned to posting regularly (keeping regular is important to old guys) at ProjectYM.



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