Tag Archives: forgiveness

Lost in the Desert of Lent

I think that I am lost in the desert. Hope that I find my way out by Easter.  My desire to pray more, fast more, give more, and blog more has not translated into action.  Yes I know that there … Continue reading

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We are all called to holiness

In order to become saints we have to forgive our enemies, pray for our enemies, love our enemies. Deacon Greg has a homily up for this weekend. Excerpt. How do we begin? Writer Emmett Fox, in his book “Sermon on … Continue reading

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Back to Not so Ordinary Time

The Christmas season ends at tonight’s vigil Mass.  But we may feast a little longer as we celebrate the Baptism of the Lord. On Monday we return to Ordinary time which does not mean that we should become complacent in … Continue reading

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Forgiven, Redeemed, Reconciled

Three words. Much power. This is a remarkable and heart wrenching story from the Wyoming Star-Tribune. H/T Get Religion. In September of 2005 three seminarians , studying for the priesthood, go out for a few drinks.  Tragically, they all get … Continue reading

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Bloodlust Redux

A friend and RCIA team member asks in regard to this post : Anyway, what does it mean if I am a pro-life Christian and I understand the catechism but I’m not outraged by the execution in Utah? I guess … Continue reading

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