Do you have Pandora?


Not the bracelets as lovely as those are, but the music program on your computer? Pandora has become another way I pray – check out their Praise and Worship channel and you’ll find yourself praying…

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How do you pray?


How do you find any time to pray? I was asked this question recently and didn’t know how to answer. I just do I said, but over the past few weeks I have been giving…

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Open to Life – every day even when a baby isn’t anywhere in sight!


Over the years, I have been ‘forced’ to redefine what I thought “openness to life” means. I’ve written and spoken about this topic more than once as well. Today was no different. As a recap…

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Was that “woe” or “whoa”??


Earlier this week (both Monday and Tuesday), Jesus was blunt. In speaking with the Pharisees, He didn’t mince his words, “woe to you…”. Jesus’ public rant fills Matthew 23 as He tells the Pharisees exactly…

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Bringing life to dry bones


Today’s first reading is from Ekeziel 37 where the valley of dry bones is brought back to life by the preaching of Ekeziel. “So I prophesied as I had been commanded; and as I prophesied,…

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We are God’s Treasure


Today is the Feast of St. Lawrence, a deacon who was martyred in the mid-200’s of our early Church. We know him best for being broiled to death and having been on the coals for…

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Year of Mercy Badge Contest Winners Announced!


Congratulations to Olivia Victoria Wildanger, Sofia F. Monaco and Isabelle Taylor who came in First, Second and Third in our Year of Mercy Badge Contest! Each winner gets a $25 gift certificate from Behold Publications….

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Short Term Memory Loss – Spiritually, that is…


Today’s reading of the forgetful servant always makes me laugh – out of second-hand embarrassment. The servant leaving his master, having just been released from a true debt roughs up another servant up even having…

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Make this Leap Day extra special


Leap Day is almost like a free day – an unexpected day that comes only once every 4 years. What would you do if you had an absolutely free day with no responsibilities or expectations?…

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Looking for a comfortable seat?


Today is the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter. No, we are not celebrating furniture so much as honoring Peter’s declaration before the other apostles that Jesus was “the Christ, the Son of the…

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