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  • 08 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3/8/16

    Tuesday of the Fourth Week of Lent Readings for the day Faith is the water that nurtures our spirit.  Faith, however, grows and strengthens when we nurture it with love, hope, and action. Ezekiel, in his vision, saw water flowing from the temple and those who were touched by it were saved (Ezekiel 47: 1-9, […]

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  • 07 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3/7/16

    Monday of the Fourth Week of Lent Readings for the day “I am about to create a new heaven and a new earth; The things of the past will not be remembered…Instead there shall always be rejoicing and happiness in what I create…. No longer shall the sound of weeping be heard there, or the […]

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  • 04 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3/4/16

    Friday of the Third Week of Lent Readings for the day Mark tells us how Jesus won favor with the people by driving away all those in the temple who were buying and selling there. As Jesus’ popularity increased the chief priests and the scribes became more nervous.  So they began to conspire against Jesus.  […]

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  • 03 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3/3/16

    Thursday of the Third Week of Lent Readings for the Day Jesus saw a mute man tormented and isolated by his affliction.  He was moved with compassion to heal him. What burdens do people bear that move us to compassion?  What are our actions that help those in pain? Are we called to stand with […]

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  • 02 Mar

    Social Workers are Super Heroes

    We at CCC are so fortunate to work with social workers every day, both within our agency and across our communities. Social workers are in schools, hospitals, offices, courtrooms and prisons.  They serve every section of the population from the unborn to the senior adult and are working in the most complex situations and in people’s […]

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  • 02 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3/2/16

    Wednesday of the Third Week of Lent Readings for the day Many people look at God’s law as taking the fun out of life.  I prefer to look at it from another angle – if followed, it allows life to be fun.  After all, God made us and he knows how we should live to […]

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  • 01 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3/1/16

    Tuesday of the Third Week of Lent Readings for the day In the Gospel for today, we read a parable of a king and his servants.  One servant owed the king a great debt, a debt that would be difficult to repay, but one that the king forgave quickly and easily. After the servant was […]

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  • 29 Feb

    Lenten Reflection 2/29/16

    Monday of the Third Week of Lent Readings for the day Today’s first reading always takes me back to my time as the Social Service Director at Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph (MO).  During my time there, we were organizing parish social service sites into a more structured way of relating […]

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