Monthly Archives: October 2016

He Descended to the Dead

Have you ever wondered why Jesus descended to the dead?  The answer is not complicated.  Jesus went down to “the countries under the earth” to raise up the righteous who had lived and died prior to his incarnation.  Because those righteous were … Continue reading

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Help the Poor


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Set the Earth on Fire

Is your faith on fire?  Or is it lukewarm?  Perhaps you feel that the pilot light of your faith is barely flickering.  If so, today’s gospel passage is the antidote, and that antidote is the fire of the Spirit that leads … Continue reading

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God Indeed is my Savior

Isn’t it the greatest comfort to know that we have a God who saves?  He is our comfort and our help. God indeed is my savior; I am confident and unafraid. My strength and my courage is the LORD, and he … Continue reading

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Saint Luke

Today we honor Saint Luke, who was a faithful friend of Saint Paul and is credited as the author of the Acts of the Apostles and the gospel that bears his name. Beloved: Demas, enamored of the present world, deserted … Continue reading

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Catholic Problems

A little bit of fun on a Monday!   +3

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Be Persistent

Are we persistent in our faith?  Or does our faith wax and wane dependent on whether things are going well for us?  Do we trust in the Lord, knowing that no matter how hard our life gets he is with … Continue reading

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