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Posted by on May 1, 2017

A Surprise Gift from the Lord

A Surprise Gift from the Lord

It happened again the other day. I had gone to the grocery store after dinner to get flour, yeast, and a couple of other things so I could start baking early the next...

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Posted by on Mar 23, 2017

The Catechumen’s Song

The Catechumen’s Song

The Catechumen’s Song A still gentle voice rills upon the waves Laughs in the gulls and sparkles in the sand A longing deep and still beyond believing Within hope...

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Posted by on Feb 10, 2016

Prayer as Lent Begins

Prayer as Lent Begins

  Today God our Father brings us to the beginning of Lent. We pray that in this time of salvation he will fill us with the Holy Spirit, purify our hearts, and...

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Posted by on Jan 29, 2016

Entering into the Mystery

Entering into the Mystery

As the Church’s New Year began in Advent, in communities around the world, men and women took a huge step into  a special journey: a journey that will take them...

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Posted by on Jan 21, 2015

Martin Luther King, Jr. — A Gift of One’s Self

Martin Luther King, Jr. — A Gift of One’s Self

January 19, 2105 is the Martin Luther King holiday in the United States. The first reading of the day in lectionary is Hebrews 5: 1-10. Christ’s adherence to the will of the Father has led Him on a path of suffering, death and glorification. Dr, King took this path of God’s will to which we are all called.

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Posted by on Jan 20, 2015

Why Do Children Suffer? Pope Francis Speaks to Filipino Youth

Why Do Children Suffer? Pope Francis Speaks to Filipino Youth

The Holy Father set aside his prepared text to answer a question that had been raised by a young woman who had been rescued from the street. Tearfully weeping Glyzelle Palomar recounted the miseries of her life in a few words and asked “Many children are abandoned by their own parents, many are victims of many terrible things such as drugs and prostitution. Why does God permit these things even though the children are not at fault.Why do so few people come forward to help?

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