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December 18, 2022

Fourth Sunday of Advent

Colleen

Dulle

Mary, like every new parent in the face of very imminent physical and material fears, is still holding on to faith in the intangible thing that has been promised to her: That she will have a child, who will be a sign to her and to the world that God is with us.

Colleen

Dulle

Mary, like every new parent in the face of very imminent physical and material fears, is still holding on to faith in the intangible thing that has been promised to her: That she will have a child, who will be a sign to her and to the world that God is with us.
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December 12, 2022

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Elisabeth

Román, MPA

It is Mary who truly inspires us to go forward in faith; to say yes to God each and every day...

Elisabeth

Román, MPA

It is Mary who truly inspires us to go forward in faith; to say yes to God each and every day...
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December 11, 2022

Third Sunday of Advent

Julie

Hanlon Rubio

Prophetic patience, it seems, does not mean settling.

Julie

Hanlon Rubio

Prophetic patience, it seems, does not mean settling.
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December 8, 2022

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of Mary

Patricia A.

Parachini, SNJM

Could it be that our consent to God’s invitation, over, and over again, frees us, too?

Patricia A.

Parachini, SNJM

Could it be that our consent to God’s invitation, over, and over again, frees us, too?
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December 4, 2022

Second Sunday of Advent

Joanna

Williams

So let’s live and work towards a world in which the words “you are free” might convey the deep freedom, peace and justice that God promises in Isaiah.

Joanna

Williams

So let’s live and work towards a world in which the words “you are free” might convey the deep freedom, peace and justice that God promises in Isaiah.
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November 27, 2022

First Sunday of Advent

Teresa

Maya, CCVI

Preparing the way is moving, walking in Jesus’ paths, and finding those he blessed, healed and accompanied.

Teresa

Maya, CCVI

Preparing the way is moving, walking in Jesus’ paths, and finding those he blessed, healed and accompanied.
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November 20, 2022

Solemnity of Christ the King

Angélica N

Quińónez, EdD

Until we see the crucified and resurrected face of our King in the faces of those on the margins, we will not and cannot understand the Kingship of Jesus.

Angélica N

Quińónez, EdD

Until we see the crucified and resurrected face of our King in the faces of those on the margins, we will not and cannot understand the Kingship of Jesus.
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November 13, 2022

Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Cecilia

Espinoza

So where is Jesus Christ today? Without a doubt, where two or more gather in his Name! In those who work for justice and the common good...

Cecilia

Espinoza

So where is Jesus Christ today? Without a doubt, where two or more gather in his Name! In those who work for justice and the common good...
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November 6, 2022

Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Rita L.

Houlihan

With today’s chaos of wars, famines, natural disasters, compounded by political factions and grievances we need to maintain faith in the God of the Living and Practice Gratitude.

Rita L.

Houlihan

With today’s chaos of wars, famines, natural disasters, compounded by political factions and grievances we need to maintain faith in the God of the Living and Practice Gratitude.
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November 1, 2022

Solemnity of All Saints

Grace

Salceanu

Thank God for the communion of saints who are too steeped in God’s love to be petty and small. They are blessed, drawing us into the improbable ways of the Beatitudes, urging us to choose in humility the ways of mercy, righteousness, and peace.

Grace

Salceanu

Thank God for the communion of saints who are too steeped in God’s love to be petty and small. They are blessed, drawing us into the improbable ways of the Beatitudes, urging us to choose in humility the ways of mercy, righteousness, and peace.
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October 30, 2022

Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dr. Rachel

Bundang

Let us also follow Jesus' lead to extend that invitation to someone else: offer an opening to someone looking for a place to land, to call home, to be loved unconditionally.

Dr. Rachel

Bundang

Let us also follow Jesus' lead to extend that invitation to someone else: offer an opening to someone looking for a place to land, to call home, to be loved unconditionally.
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October 23, 2022

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Ellie

Hidalgo

It requires humility to become a People of God capable of encountering one another, listening, dialoguing, and able to do the hard work of communal discernment.

Ellie

Hidalgo

It requires humility to become a People of God capable of encountering one another, listening, dialoguing, and able to do the hard work of communal discernment.
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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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