Monthly Archives: November 2016

Confess With Your Mouth

Today’s challenge is to be bold in your Christian faith.  Every one of us should be spreading the gospel to every person we know and meet.  Jesus wants us to bring unbelievers to faith in him.  It’s a matter of … Continue reading

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With Arms Wide Open

What is it about us that causes us to lose our sense of wonder as we get older?  Do we just get too caught up in our rat race world, unable to separate ourselves from the pursuit of pleasure and … Continue reading

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The Centurion and Jesus

In today’s gospel, Jesus encounters a Centurion (a Roman military leader) who asks Jesus to perform a miracle by healing his servant, who is gravely ill.  Jesus immediately indicates that he will go to the Centurion’s house to heal the … Continue reading

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The Blessings of Doubt

We all have them from time to time.  Even the Pope! +7

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Ongoing Thanksgiving

The thanksgiving that we offered to the Lord and each other yesterday is a continuation of our recognition that God is at the center of our lives.  We are reminded of all that we have been given as blessing through … Continue reading

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Saint Andrew Dũng-Lac and Companions

As we celebrate Thanksgiving, let us call to mind things that we should all be thankful for.  Today, let us be thankful for our glorious martyrs.  On this day we honor Saint Andrew Dũng-Lac and his companions.  Here is a brief synopsis … Continue reading

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New Direction?

After more than three years of reflecting on the daily scriptures, I think that it might be time to consider a fresh look at how Morning Coffee can best serve our subscribers.  Over the next several days I will prayerfully … Continue reading

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