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Pentecost: “How do we unleash love and harmony, reconciliation and forgiveness, and new ways to meet new needs?”
May 21, 2021 Does “it” come from outside, from a strong wind like the one we have been having for the last week? Does “it” come from within after a lot of prayer and reflection? The coming of the Holy Spirit is much more than a static piece of art with bouncing tongues of fire. Continue reading “Pentecost: “How do we unleash love and harmony, reconciliation and forgiveness, and new ways to meet new needs?”“
5/9/21 “‘Peter began to speak, saying, ‘In truth, I see that God shows no partiality; rather, in every nation, whoever fears Him and acts uprightly is acceptable to Him.”’ (Acts 10:34-35). A practicing Catholic is different from a cultural Catholic. A cultural Catholic was brought up in the Church and remembers certain outward forms ofContinue reading “VI Sunday Easter: God Shows No Partiality”
Personal and Spiritual Maturity: “Living the Truth in Love, We Should Grow in Every Way into Him Who is the Head”
A Letter from Saint Paul to the Ephesians, 4:13-18 Until we all attain to the unity of faith and knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the extent of the full stature of Christ, so that we may no longer be infants, tossed by waves and swept along by every wind ofContinue reading “Personal and Spiritual Maturity: “Living the Truth in Love, We Should Grow in Every Way into Him Who is the Head”“
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