Monthly Archives: July 2015

Saint Ignatius of Loyola

  Saint Ignatius, pray for us. +4

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Every once in a while we read in the scriptures what must have been one of the main themes of the teachings of Jesus. namely that at the end of time all of us will be judged by God.  In … Continue reading

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Doesn’t this story from Luke’s gospel irritate you just a little bit?  How can it be fair that Mary, who did nothing other than sit and listen to Jesus, received praise from the Lord? Saint Martha (whom we honor today) did … Continue reading

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Five Common Mistakes


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Mustard Seed

We didn’t come out of the womb as fully formed followers of Jesus.  Our faith naturally grows as we get older.  This is one of the lessons of the parable of the mustard seed. Jesus proposed a parable to the … Continue reading

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A Prisoner for the Lord

In our second reading today Paul calls himself a prisoner for the Lord.  While it might be easy to say that Paul’s statement points to the fact that he was imprisoned in Rome for his activities in spreading the gospel, there … Continue reading

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Project Rachel


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