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Christopher James Mar 23
We are called to be free to love as God loves us – free of greed, free of resentment. Knowing we have been freed from slavery to sin in Jesus Christ, we are free to be extravagant in our love towards God and the rest of the world.
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John Cavell Mar 18
Simple living is not a punishment, but a move toward greater freedom. -The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything
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Christopher James Mar 15
The nature of love is to break new ground, strive for excellence, and go to extremes. In effect, the nature of love is the cross of Jesus. "The Lord's way is not fair!" (Ez 18:25) It is beyond "fair;" it is the way of love and mercy. It is the way of the cross.
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Middle Church 9h
What beauty we have been given in this world! For today's , think about the words "power" and "glory". What do these words mean to you in relation to drawing nearer to God? What does this mean in the context of "sanctuary"? Share your thoughts below.
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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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John Cavell Mar 20
The poor place themselves close to God, the poor have less between them and God, the poor make God their friend, and the poor are often more grateful to God. -The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything
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John Cavell Mar 19
Love ought to manifest itself more by deeds than by words. -St. Ignatius of Loyola
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arielvidanes Mar 19
The reality of slavery: you might not like it but after a while you get used to it.
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St Anne's RC Primary Sunderland Mar 21
A beautiful liturgical dance 💜
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fac ut vivas! Mar 16
"There is no place for selfishness—and no place for fear! Do not be afraid, then, when love makes demands. Do not be afraid when love requires sacrifice" --Pope John Paul II
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St Anne's RC Primary Sunderland Mar 21
What a beautiful Lenten reflection 💜 A big thank you to the children, you read, sang and danced wonderfully! Thank you to all of our families for joining us tonight ✨😁
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Justin Cahill Mar 23
HIT THE SQUIRREL... New Blog post from . Sometimes the RIGHT decision can be a TOUGH decision.
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Nicole Hidalgo Mar 22
Good morning Lord. Thank you for today.
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St. Josemaria Institute Mar 23
Like the prodigal son who returns to his father: “To Jesus we always go, and to him we always return, through Mary.”
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St Anne's RC Primary Sunderland Mar 21
A beautiful song sung by three of our Year 6 girls 💜 thank you again to all children, families and the members of the Monkwearmouth parish ✨😁
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Kenrick-Glennon Sem Mar 20
A message from Shajir Pech, College IV - Belize, on the importance of reconciliation in preparing for the joy of Easter.
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Bonnie Rodgers Mar 15
Day 9 from Fr Bindel-Mary Nnuabuife Ifeanyichukwu, C.M. from Province of Nigeria serves at St Vincent de Paul Parish in Germantown
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St. Josemaria Institute Mar 18
As you contemplate our Lord’s words in today’s Gospel (Lk 6:36-38), remember that one way to be merciful towards others is to “choose mortifications that don’t mortify others.”
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Jim Strader-Sasser Mar 20
Guideposts - Practical and Saintly markers for our spiritual lives. - thanks 2 , and for this .
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St. Josemaria Institute Mar 20
If you, like our Lord, sincerely strive to serve and not to be served, remember: “These are the savory fruits of the mortified soul: tolerance and understanding toward the defects of others; intolerance toward his own.”
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