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  • Gospel Reflection: August 2, 2020 - 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

    August 1, 2020

    The Gospel narrative begins with Jesus seeking a place of rest and quiet to be restored physically. Yet, the crowds managed to find Him in that deserted place. His brief respite was followed by healings for those that sought Him. Jesus is never outdone in His remarkable generosity to be present with those seeking Him. Attentive to the need for physical sustenance on the journey home, Jesus challenges His disciples to feed the crowd. They had little money. The available resources were scant: Two loaves and five fishes. The Gospel narrative goes on to say that once the crowd was satiated and the leftovers collected, there were 12 baskets full.
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  • July 29: Wednesday Reflection

    July 29, 2020

    “Food glorious food…” Recognize that song? It is from the musical Oliver. On my drive home from work, I was thinking about what I was going to write about and this song came into my mind. Coincidence? I prefer, God-incidence. I also had this weekend’s Gospel readings on my mind.
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  • Let us remember our Martyred Sisters

    July 25, 2020

    On August 1, 1943, Blessed Mary Stella and her Ten Companions sacrificed their lives in Nowogródek. Join with us as we remember our Martyred Sisters on August 1 and pray through their intercession for peace and healing of all who suffer in today’s world. Blessed Martyred Sisters of Nowogródek, pray for us.
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