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James Martin, SJ 11h
Gospel: On the way to Emmaus, the disciples are bereft after the Crucifixion. They utter some of the saddest words in the Bible: "We had hoped." They think their hopes are dashed, but God always has new things in store. As the Risen One shows them, nothing is impossible with God.
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Replying to @juliafspa
We stand with you against racism.
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Rooted in Optimism, a blog by Sister Patricia
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CSJ in Canada Apr 9
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Sisters of St Joseph 7h
"To say that is not to say that all lives don’t matter. To use St. Paul’s metaphor, it is to say that one part of the body is in pain and needs the attention of the whole body." -Heidi Russell
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Father Jim Mockler Apr 21
Happy Easter! Today reminds us that death is overcome, there is a way forward out of darkness, transformation is possible and change can take place in our lives and in our world
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Catholic Teachers Apr 21
Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Easter full of reflection and happiness.
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Pope Francis Apr 21
The resurrection of Christ is the true hope of the world. Happy !
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Pope Francis Apr 21
Today we contemplate the empty tomb of Christ and we hear the words of the angel: "Do not be afraid! He is risen!"
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James Martin, SJ Apr 21
Pray for all the victims and their families in Sri Lanka on the feast that was turned into mourning.
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CSJ in Canada Apr 20
Replying to @waterfirstngo
So happy to support your work!
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Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton 31 Mar 18
Replying to @archedmonton
Here is Explained. It's the final video in our video series. Find Vigil and Mass times at
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Midwest Jesuits Apr 20
Join our global community for your daily Scripture, Ignatian reflection, and prayer.
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Diocese of London Apr 20
Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche, has entered palliative care. Did you read about him in the spring editon of Missio, our diocesan newspaper? Please keep him in your prayers.
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Fr. Peter Amszej Apr 20
Holy Saturday is a great opportunity for us to practice “silent waiting” - two things for which our modern culture isn’t known to possess an abundance of expertise.
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Joe HenryKingsDofS 🇨🇦 Apr 20
This story again reminds me about the key role nuns have made in building our institutions without any fanfare but with unwavering commitment to mission. Thanks to and ⁦⁩ who led this work amongst others in
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WCC Care for Creation (World Council of Churches) Apr 19
“It’s very uncomfortable being locked under this lorry, but it’s nothing compared with the suffering that climate change is causing… “I do this for my grandchildren, as I worry what kind of a world they are going to be left with.
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GEF Apr 19
women in went on a crusade to save a wild cotton species used to make everyday items like dresses and fishnets. Meanwhile, they made an income, empowered themselves & improved their
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Callum Grieve Apr 17
.: "Today I met with Pope Francis. I thanked him for speaking so clearly about the climate crisis. He told me to carry on."
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