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St. Josemaria Institute Apr 11
“Children. How they seek to behave worthily in the presence of their fathers! And you…don’t you realize that you are always in the presence of the great king, God, your Father?”
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Christopher James Apr 13
“Love feels no burden, thinks nothing of its trouble, attempts what is above its strength, pleads no excuse for impossibility, for it thinks all things are lawful for itself and all things are possible” ― Thomas A. Kempis 🙏
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St. John the Baptist Apr 11
How often do you watch the beauty of the morning and the evening sun coming & going? As we move towards spring, the sun is coming up earlier, & the sun setting later each day. Every day the increasing sunlight brings us closer to the glorious sunrise of Easter.
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Christopher James Apr 12
As our Lenten journey draws near to a close, can we not ask ourselves if we have grown in tolerance, openness and a willing acceptance of the ‘other’ during these weeks. ❤️
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Middle Church Apr 9
We entered into some really hard conversations together this weekend. We created space for each other, both in person and virtually. For your , let's consider the lessons of . Share what you've learned in the comments below.
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St. John the Baptist Apr 12
Jesus calls us to penance. His goal is turning our souls toward Him. Interior penance means turning our hearts back towards God, redirecting our whole lives, all that we do, all that we are, towards God, trusting in His mercy.
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Christopher James Apr 11
It has never been popular to profess that Jesus is God. The cost of believing and professing Jesus' divinity is the cross. Look at Jesus crucified. Nevertheless, will you love Jesus, Lord and God, so much that you will live and suffer for Him?
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St. Josemaria Institute Apr 13
“Marvel at the courage of Mary - at the foot of the cross, in the greatest of human sorrow filled with fortitude. And ask her for that same fortitude, so that you, too, will know how to remain close to the cross.”
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John Cavell Apr 15
Each of us has no need to wonder about what God's will must be for us; his will for us is clearly revealed in every situation in every day, if only we could learn to view all things as he sees them and sends them to us. -Walter Ciszek, SJ
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#WhateverItTakes Apr 18
People get obsessed with the idea of experiencing and sharing "love" without realizing that true love is found when you are alone with no one to talk to, to run to, to cry to, yet you don't hate yourself because you loved yourself first. And God loved us first.
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St. Josemaria Institute Apr 12
On this last Friday of Lent, contemplating our Lord in His passion, engrave this in your heart: “Depend on Jesus for everything. you have nothing, are worth nothing, are capable of nothing. He will act, if you abandon yourself to him.”
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Milenyo Apr 18
I was reflecting on Jesus way to the cross and our call to carry our own crosses as well. I asked, "Lord, I can't seem to do it, you're God, perfect, and I'm far from perfection.
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Tesol-Claret School Apr 17
People pray and seek sacraments because there are struggles to conquer and demons in us that need to be tamed. We need God's grace to overcome them for Man's will is not enough. Sometimes our own weaknesses overwhelm us.
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Ermz Apr 19
He is neither giving up nor giving in. No, he is not surrendering; he is embracing his Father’s will as his own, and doing it as an act of love. - Bishop Pablo Virgilio David
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George Scarborough Mar 6
Given today is & the beginning of Lent, consider not only what you can give up, but a positive thing you can do in its place that will bridge the gap in your relationship with God.
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Roman Catholic Diocese of Calgary Mar 12
Bishop McGrattan teaches on undertaking spiritual practices of holy detachment. Read his warning of unchecked sinfulness and learn how to prepare our hearts for the gift of Resurrection this Easter.
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olehc75 Apr 19
Pray Always for Everyone Worry about Nothing
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Ken Callawood 29 Mar 18
Your being Christian is not defined by what you do during the Holy Week. It is how you live the other 51 weeks. (ctto)
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Colm O'Fiodhabra Mar 15
Just wondering how many followers can honestly admit to being addicted to Twitter. I went off Facebook for Lent but have replaced one with the other. In fairness, I like to interact but do we always need to have the last word or score points?
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St. John the Baptist Apr 16
“Pray, Hope And Don’t Worry.” Remember those words of Padre Pio’s, and no matter how good or bad of a Lent you think you are having, make them the anthem of your soul.
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