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Pinoytapsilog Apr 17
If Mar Roxas would do "anything for the people" to get their votes to win a senate seat, does it necessarily follow he'd finally come clean by SPILLING ALL UNSPILLED BEANS about Noynoy and the Liberal Party to convince the non-believers who rejected him in 2016?
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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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Pinoytapsilog Apr 18
How can you preach about BAD NEWS, FAKE NEWS or HATE SPEECH when many of your followers don't perceive you to be an unadulterated source of a positive, unifying influence, considering that you stand from a scandal-ridden, politicized and highly-partisan pulpit?
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Christian Apostles 23 Feb 18
O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell, lead all souls to Heaven, especially those most in need of thy mercy.
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James Reilly Mar 6
Love is my name.. T Merton
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evangelizeboston 25 Feb 18
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Vania PadillaEdralin 13 Feb 18
Note to self. Kindness goes a long way. HAPPY V DAY 💖💖💖
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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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St Anne's RC Primary Sunderland Mar 21
Our amazing school choir 💜
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VLDerricks 18 Mar 18
It is a joy to be hidden but disaster not to be found-Donald Winnicott.
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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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Christopher James Apr 16
Isaiah 53:5 But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed. NIV 🙏
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Fr. Victor Blazovich 17 Feb 18
Thank you, God, for sending the occasional rainbow as a reminder of the covenant between you and the earth! Even when we don’t see the rainbow, your covenant with us endures forever. A blessed first Sunday of Lent to everyone!
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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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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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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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St Anne's RC Primary Sunderland Mar 21
A beautiful liturgical dance 💜
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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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Msgr. Kevin Sullivan 18 Feb 18
How were the first few days of Lent for you? Keep going! Here's a short reflection for the first Sunday of Lent.
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Susan Gemperline 17 Feb 18
If you remove from your midst oppression... If you bestow your bread on the hungry and satisfy the afflicted; Then light shall rise for you in the darkness... Then the LORD will guide you always... He will renew your strength... Isaiah 58:10,11
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