Monthly Archives: May 2014

Let Love Be Sincere

When we say that we love the Lord, do we consider the fact that loving our fellow Christians is a necessary part of that love?  The apostle Paul certainly understood the linkage of those two aspects of love, as he revealed in … Continue reading

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I Will See You Again

I love this painting by the 19th century Frenchwoman Anne Francois Janmot which depicts what it will be like in heaven.  In her vision, Mothers will be reunited with their children and we will all see our friends and loved … Continue reading

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Ascension of the Lord

Click on the link below to hear a short reflection on today’s first reading. May 29, 2014 Reflection +17

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Not Far From Us

Have you ever felt that you were far from God?  Felt that you could not reach out to him?  If you have, you should remember to bookmark your bible at Acts 17: 22 -18 – 1.  There you will find … Continue reading

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Protect the Children

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Lydia

We all know how important women are to the Church.  Or at least we should.  Women are, by and large, more committed to doing the grunt work of church life than men.  They have also given invaluable service as ministers … Continue reading

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Suffer for Doing Good

In today’s second reading, Peter explains to us the necessity of recognizing the sacred nature of Jesus as Lord in our hearts. Beloved:Sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts.Always be ready to give an explanationto anyone who asks you for a … Continue reading

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