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February 2012

Feb 28

A Lenten Thought: This Day You Will Be with Me in Paradise

We know so little about the man to whom these amazing words were addressed. We know he is a criminal. We know that he did something very serious, a capital crime. And we can assume that when the sun came up that morning, this man figured that he was about to endure the worst day of his life. He was going to be executed, and in a most...
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Feb 21

Adoration In the Eyes of a Teenager

 Have you ever looked at the Eucharist and thought “Is this really God?” or “How do I know for sure that this isn’t just a piece of bread?” I know I have. Adoration searched in Wikipedia is Latin is for love given with deep affection. The term comes from the Latin adōrātiō, meaning "to give homage or...
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Feb 14

St. Josephine Bakhita

Josephine Bakhita was born in Olgassa in the Darfur region of southern Sudan, sometime around 1868.  She was kidnapped by Arab slave traders around the age of 9 and sold into slavery at the Khartoum and El Obeid slave markets.  She was resold several times and suffered greatly at the hands of her owners.  She was tattooed all over...
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Feb 1

Parish Collaboratives

The Boy Scouts motto “Be Prepared” is something all of us have taken notice of at one time or another. For instance, how do we prepare for a snowstorm in the forecast? We gas up our car, we make sure our shovel is handy, and we join the lines at the local supermarket to buy a few essentials that we absolutely cannot live without....
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