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  • 14 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3.14.16

    Monday of the Fifth Week of Lent Readings for the day Today’s readings appear at first glance disparate, but there is a common thread running through the story from the prophet Daniel, the discourse of Jesus in John’s Gospel account, and the responsorial from Psalm 23. All speak of the reality of darkness in our […]

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  • 11 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3.11.16

    Friday of the Fourth Week of Lent Readings for the day In the first reading from Wisdom, the wicked resent the just whose actions are in such contrast to their transgressions.  Because He is a thorn in their sides, they determine to make the holy one suffer and ultimately get rid of him through a […]

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  • 10 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3.10.16

    Thursday of the Fourth Week of Lent Readings for the day In today’s reading from the book of Exodus, Moses implores the Lord not to turn His wrath against His own people, even though they have greatly turned against God. Once again, God hears Moses’ plea and forgives the people. In the Gospel reading, it […]

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  • 09 Mar

    Lenten Reflection 3.9.16

    Wednesday of the Fourth Week of Lent Readings for the day What can we do with a life that seems forgotten, forsaken, even dead?  We certainly face these feelings in our lives and in the lives of those we meet in our ministry.  Isaiah and Jesus both tell us there is nothing we can do […]

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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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