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October 16, 2022

Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jessica

Kerber, aci

Hope in the One who first breathed out resistant hope, the One who knows our struggles and has shared in them, the One who sees the small, the One who sees the broken and is there, holding out a resistant hope, entering into those spaces.

Jessica

Kerber, aci

Hope in the One who first breathed out resistant hope, the One who knows our struggles and has shared in them, the One who sees the small, the One who sees the broken and is there, holding out a resistant hope, entering into those spaces.
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October 9, 2022

Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Margaret Susan

Thompson

What has God done for you? There are miracles all around us. Have you said “thank you” today?

Margaret Susan

Thompson

What has God done for you? There are miracles all around us. Have you said “thank you” today?
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October 2, 2022

Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Barbara W.

Eckert

For us to “read the vision, readily” there are faulty histories, old misconceptions, one-sided points of view in our way. These are the “non-essential” and “potentially lethal” items for us to discard.

Barbara W.

Eckert

For us to “read the vision, readily” there are faulty histories, old misconceptions, one-sided points of view in our way. These are the “non-essential” and “potentially lethal” items for us to discard.
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September 25, 2022

Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Amanda W.

Daloisio

The work that comes out of proximity is nothing less than the Works of Mercy.

Amanda W.

Daloisio

The work that comes out of proximity is nothing less than the Works of Mercy.
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September 18, 2022

Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mary J.

Novak

The question almost daily is how are we to act with God’s justice in a world that, for some of us, is much more comfortable without it?

Mary J.

Novak

The question almost daily is how are we to act with God’s justice in a world that, for some of us, is much more comfortable without it?
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September 11, 2022

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Laurie

Cassidy

I hope we can ask each other, “How do we help each other experience this compassion, trust this compassion, and embody this compassion-right in the places where we feel stuck and lost?”

Laurie

Cassidy

I hope we can ask each other, “How do we help each other experience this compassion, trust this compassion, and embody this compassion-right in the places where we feel stuck and lost?”
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September 4, 2022

Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

timone

davis

My call to live in Christ is not my parent’s call, not my siblings’ call, not my friends’ call. It is MY call. And as such, I must move past what anyone else may think or say, hoist up my cross, and follow Christ.

timone

davis

My call to live in Christ is not my parent’s call, not my siblings’ call, not my friends’ call. It is MY call. And as such, I must move past what anyone else may think or say, hoist up my cross, and follow Christ.
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August 28, 2022

Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mary Lou

Bozza

Humility, being grounded and unclouded by our own egotistical concerns, allows us to see the bigger picture, outside of ourselves, by being open to being changed by the experiences of others around us.

Mary Lou

Bozza

Humility, being grounded and unclouded by our own egotistical concerns, allows us to see the bigger picture, outside of ourselves, by being open to being changed by the experiences of others around us.
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August 21, 2022

Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time

Cindy

Bernardin

Gospel-striving is not deadly, solitary, or lonely. It is alongside, among, in relationship with, God and neighbor.

Cindy

Bernardin

Gospel-striving is not deadly, solitary, or lonely. It is alongside, among, in relationship with, God and neighbor.
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August 15, 2022

Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary

Kerry Alys

Robinson

This Gospel is also a celebration of women. An acknowledgement of the burdens women encounter and endure and the grace by which women often transform the realities in which they find themselves to be a blessing for others.

Kerry Alys

Robinson

This Gospel is also a celebration of women. An acknowledgement of the burdens women encounter and endure and the grace by which women often transform the realities in which they find themselves to be a blessing for others.
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August 14, 2022

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Karen

Seaborn

So too are we called to trust—that when we set a fire for justice, inclusiveness, and radical love, new life will emerge.

Karen

Seaborn

So too are we called to trust—that when we set a fire for justice, inclusiveness, and radical love, new life will emerge.
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August 7, 2022

Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jackie

Minnock

We are called to be light to others, using the gifts we have been given. We are called to allow others to light the way for us too.

Jackie

Minnock

We are called to be light to others, using the gifts we have been given. We are called to allow others to light the way for us too.
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July 31, 2022

Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Elizabeth

Garlow

Thankfully the wisdom of today’s scriptures can help shake us awake to the riches that truly matter - the riches of relationships of communion, of care for one another and our common home.

Elizabeth

Garlow

Thankfully the wisdom of today’s scriptures can help shake us awake to the riches that truly matter - the riches of relationships of communion, of care for one another and our common home.
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July 24, 2022

Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Brenna

Davis

My prayer is that we can be consoled, that we can trust in God’s plan, and that we can be bread for one another when we need the sustenance to carry us forward to bring about the reign of God.

Brenna

Davis

My prayer is that we can be consoled, that we can trust in God’s plan, and that we can be bread for one another when we need the sustenance to carry us forward to bring about the reign of God.
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July 22, 2022

Feast of St. Mary Magdalene

Kayla

August

She wasn’t just a woman who hoped and prayed, who waited and wept, she was a woman who LOVED. And a God who is LOVE knows that a woman who loves and believes … is the way to change the world.

Kayla

August

She wasn’t just a woman who hoped and prayed, who waited and wept, she was a woman who LOVED. And a God who is LOVE knows that a woman who loves and believes … is the way to change the world.
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