Tag Archives: thanksgiving

A Season to Learn Thankfulness

I am quite sure that we have heard the story of the ten lepers plenty of times. The point of the parable is fairly obvious. Ten lepers were healed. Only one stopped, returned, and gave thanks to God and to … Continue reading

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The Corrupt Steward

One of the interesting features of this parable known as that of the unjust steward (Luke 16) is that all the principle characters are essentially dishonest. The steward cooks the books, and those who owe the master money to be received on … Continue reading

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Walking in the Way of the Cross

to walk in the way of the cross with Jesus is to engage in intercessory prayer—prayer for others. Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: Your Lenten Spiritual Discipline

You are not called to be obsessed with sin; you are called to be obsessed with grace. Continue reading

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Without Love, Our Works are Worth Nothing

Those sayings of our Lord that remind us to strive to go the extra mile, to take on the thing that is challenging because of our love of Jesus?

Faithfully,
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Annual Meeting Summary…

“… a chief characteristic of our parish is the way in which we tend to “step up to the plate” to address what’s needed in our parish, the community– and beyond.” Continue reading

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The three greatest sins…

If we hear the message of salvation– and choose to be indifferent to it– we are, in effect, spitting into the eyes of divine charity for us and for the human condition. Continue reading

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