Ordinary Fourth

hardened-heart Our prayer for this day, the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

We seek, O Lord to listen to your words. We know who you areā€¦ the Holy One of God! Let us come into Your very presence with thanksgiving.  We seek to be quiet, let all distractions come our of us.

Come, let us bow down in worship; let us kneel before the Lord who made us. You are our God. Our hearts have been bruised, yet we desire open hearts. Our ears have heard so much falseness, yet we want to hear Your true voice, your message of salvation.

May we be taught as well as teach with the authority of the Lord. Send for your Spirit, Lord, place Your words into our mouths that we may speak of all that You command us. May we proclaim in Your name, not about the things of the world, but about the about the things of the Lord.  <image source>

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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