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Kat Larson

Servant Leadership

This world continues its descent into chaos. Every morning I have to actively resist not falling prey to fear. The news is all about terrorism;

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Noel Ethan Tan

Saints Peter & Paul

Acts 12:1-11, Psalm 34, 2 Timothy 4:6-18, Matthew 16:13-19 Do you relate better with Peter or Paul? For me, it is Peter without a doubt.

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Kat Larson

Holy Disturbance

On Corpus Christi last year, the homily focused on how humans have this never-ending desire for satisfaction. If I only look to worldly goods to

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Noel Ethan Tan

Truth & Lies

St. Athanasius, pray for us! Just like St. Peter in Acts, St. Athanasius was a Saint who was caught in fierce theological battle with his

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Kat Larson

Quarantine

It has taken some time, but I am finally experiencing the fruits of this quarantine. A dear friend of mine sent me an email echoing

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Kat Larson

Broken

I feel as though I should start dating these blogs the way the captains on starships dated their logs on classic episodes of “Star Trek.”

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Erin Cain

Veronica

In the Stations of the Cross, I’ve always felt a kind of sympathy for Simon of Cyrene. He didn’t sign up to bear the heavy

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Cristina Montes

Holy Thursday 2020

My Lord, I yearn for You As I gaze through my tablet screen At the livestreamed close-up image Of the Host in the golden monstrance.

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Kat Larson

Desperation

Last Sunday, my priest proclaimed in his homily: “Faith is where desperation meets Jesus Christ.” These words entered my soul and took hold. As this

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Fr. Joseph Gill

Your Will Be Done

St. Dominic Savio once met a new boy who joined his school. This new boy seemed to be sickly — he was weak, pale, coughing,

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Fr. Joseph Gill

Fools for Christ

As the secular world celebrates April Fool’s Day, we consider that God has often asked people to be fools for Him. For example, the prophet

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Fr. Joseph Gill

The Transformation of a Soul

The gift of being human means that we can change direction in our lives. Perhaps we’re heading down one path, and then something comes and

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Kat Larson

Deus Nobiscum!

When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!” I looked, and there before me was

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Kat Larson

What is Wrong With the World?

In the early twentieth century, a popular publication asked the question: “What is wrong with the world?” The question received several different responses, but the

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Erin Cain

Blossom Like the Lily

A few weeks ago, while in prayer, I found myself reflecting on the word “bloom” and wondered what God might be trying to reveal to

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Fr. Joseph Gill

The Daily Sacrifice

In the Old Testament, the Jews had a powerful and beautiful way to worship — daily sacrifices in the Temple. Following God’s commands, they worshiped

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Kat Larson

Hosting

I had not even been living on my own for two weeks in my apartment when I found myself facing a very unfamiliar situation. My

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Noel Ethan Tan

Wandering Spirits

Between us and you a great chasm has been fixed, in order that those who would pass from here to you may not be able,

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