10 Important Things (6/1)
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10 Important Things (6/1)

10 IMPORTANT THINGS Images recording the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police are beyond horrifying. Floyd’s murder is added to other black community members including Armand Arberry, Breonna Taylor, Laquan McDonald and a dozen more police killings caught on tape. Monstrous revelations of deep rot corruption of some church leaders including...

June 1, 2020June 1, 2020by
Sweet Guest of the Soul (5/31)
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Sweet Guest of the Soul (5/31)

The HOLY SPIRIT permanently dwells in the heart of the Church, the Mystical Body of Christ. Sacred Scripture teaches the HOLY SPIRIT was active in Christ’s soul, directing Him in the accomplishment of His redemptive mission. Assuredly, Jesus could have carried out this mission alone, but He eagerly desired for the CHURCH to participate in...

May 31, 2020May 31, 2020by
Stay With Us, Lord! (4/13)
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Stay With Us, Lord! (4/13)

Just as physical hunger is an indication of a living, healthy organism, so spiritual hunger is a sign of a robust spirit, one that is active and continually developing.  

April 13, 2020April 13, 2020by
The Resurrection of the Lord (4/12)
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The Resurrection of the Lord (4/12)

God has made us for Himself and we cannot live apart from Him. We need God We hunger and thirst for Him. It may be experienced firstly as an ache for something more or a longing to find a different way that brings meaning, joy and fulfillment. The more we permit the glorious light of...

April 13, 2020April 13, 2020by
Love’s Demand (3/26)
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Love’s Demand (3/26)

Although our buildings are closed, our church is alive as the Body of Christ in a variety of positive ways. I continue to be amazed and uplifted hearing numerous accounts of how you are investing yourselves in your families. Saint Pope John Paul II (+2005) repeatedly exalted the domestic church – the home church –...

March 26, 2020March 26, 2020by
Make Your Way to the King! (11/25)
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Make Your Way to the King! (11/25)

Let our yearning soul lead us to the divine King! Christ Jesus awaits our arrival. He presents Himself to us under an appearance so loving, so welcoming, stretching out His arms on the Cross to invite all to make their way to Him. The visible wound in His side symbolizes His love for us. Flee...

November 25, 2019November 25, 2019by
God Alone (9/11)
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God Alone (9/11)

“God Alone” is the motto and the title of the collected writings of the popular French priest and author Saint Louis de Montfort (d. 1716). Look to Christ. Resist temptations to elicit affirmation for what you do and recognition for what you accomplish. Furthermore, don’t expect others similarly laboring for Christ to understand you. Don’t worry...

September 11, 2019September 11, 2019by
River of Peace (7/6)
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River of Peace (7/6)

This weekend we hear utterly astonishing words from Isaiah pronounced 800 years before the Messiah’s arrival. These prophetic words are fulfilled perfectly in Christ Jesus the Lord: I will spread prosperity over her like a river, like an overflowing torrent (Isaiah 66:12). The “her” is the new Jerusalem – the Church – which includes each...

July 6, 2019July 6, 2019by
Feast Day: Catherine of Siena (4/29)
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Feast Day: Catherine of Siena (4/29)

It was an especially troublesome time into which Catherine Benincasa was born in 1347. The popes had fled scandal-laden Rome and were leading from Avignon in the south of France.  Our blessed Lord placed upon Catherine’s heart and unmistakable mission to champion urgently needed restoration of Church life. Taking to heart Jesus’ words and actions,...

Throne of the Cross (4/15)
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Throne of the Cross (4/15)

It is from the throne of the Cross that Jesus draws all things to Himself. This week especially avail yourself of the full merits of His sorrowful Passion. Accept His gift first by asking for it. He so deeply desires that you do.

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