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Erin Cain

Who Is Like God?

Once when Jesus was praying in solitude, and the disciples were with him, he asked them, “Who do the crowds say that I am?” They

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Kat Larson

In Loving Memory

My cat died a few weeks ago. He would have been 17 in human years today, roughly 119 in “cat years.” His death came as

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Erin Cain

Directing Our Steps

Jesus told His disciples a parable: “Can a blind person guide a blind person? Will not both fall into a pit? No disciple is superior

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Kat Larson

Invisible

What I consider weakness, the Lord uses as strength. What I see as a hindrance, the Lord turns into an asset. All my life I

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Fr. Joseph Gill

Deception, Division, Distraction

Recently, Bishop Caggiano tweeted out something that was so profound that it stopped me in my tracks. I could not find the exact quote again,

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Jocelyn Soriano

Five Loaves and Two Fishes

Five loaves and two fishes These are all I have And I didn’t think they’d matter much When there are thousands to be fed. Five

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Erin Cain

The Science of the Cross

“I will have only one wisdom: the science of the cross.” —Venerable Francis-Xavier Nguyễn Văn Thuận Earlier this week, I was able to attend a

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Kat Larson

Control

I have been fairly open about the influence of living with Type 1 diabetes and my struggles in managing the condition. There have been aspects

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Fr. Joseph Gill

What Must Be Given Up

Last November, you may have read the news story about the new shoe store that opened up in a mall in Los Angeles. It was

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Noel Ethan Tan

The Human Race

We are made for love and connection and justice and nonviolence, but at every turn and in every way we are twisted in the direction

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Jocelyn Soriano

A Feast Just Like Heaven’s

If someone invited you to watch a Broadway musical, along with free plane tickets, would you come? What if you were invited to attend the

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Erin Cain

Created for Communion

Some Pharisees approached Jesus, and tested him, saying, “Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife for any cause whatever?” He said in

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Fr. Joseph Gill

On Humility

The great American activist and Servant of God, Dorothy Day, was quite famous for her work with the poor. She was a twentieth-century American version

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Noel Ethan Tan

Talents and Gifts

The kingdom of Heaven will be as when a man goes on a journey, who called his servants and entrusted to them his property. ~

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Erin Cain

Eat and Be Satisfied

In the readings for August 5, we saw two different stories of God providing for His people. In the book of Numbers, the Israelites are

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Noel Ethan Tan

Children of God

Christ has allowed us to become children of God. Compare the timidity and self-abnegation of Abraham’s prayer with the confidence which Christ teaches us in

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Fr. Joseph Gill

The Desires of Christ

Recently Reader’s Digest ran a story about an American who traveled to Taiwan for work. On the way to his hotel from the airport, he had to

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Noel Ethan Tan

Ask

And I tell you, Ask, and it will be given you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. ~

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Fr. Joseph Gill

A Saint With An Emmy

 Many saints and blesseds were active in the media. St. Francis de Sales, for example, is the patron saint of writers and publishers for his

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Erin Cain

The Law of the Sabbath

Jesus was going through a field of grain on the sabbath. His disciples were hungry and began to pick the heads of grain and eat

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