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Faith and Forgiveness

Faith and Forgiveness

In today’s Gospel Jesus teaches about faith and forgiveness.  Like the apostles our faith at times is strong but at other times we question and we doubt and so we need to ask Jesus: “Increase our faith” (Luke 17:5) The apostles show us that faith is a journey, a...
All Souls

All Souls

Today we remember in prayer all our loved ones who have died.  St. Paul reminds us that nothing can separate us for the love of God, not even death: “What will separate us from the love of Christ? Will anguish, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or...
Keep Holy the Sabbath

Keep Holy the Sabbath

What is lawful?  What is God’s Will?  Sometimes we can get so caught up in our customs or tradition that we forget these customs, traditions, and even laws should always lead us to knowing and doing God’s Will.  Jesus incarnates the one true God of love and...
Children of God

Children of God

We are children of God!  This is what St. Paul tells us in today’s first reading: “For those who are led by the Spirit of God are children of God.”  Through our baptism we have received the holy Spirit.  The Spirit not only leads us in our daily life, but also in our...
Freedom

Freedom

What does it mean to be free, to be truly free in a Christian sense?  We hear the word “freedom” a lot in the news these days so it is important for us to reflect on the Christian notion of freedom that Paul presents to us in today’s first reading.  Paul speaks of two...

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