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Ken Callawood Mar 29
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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EWTN IRELAND Mar 17
Lord, my God, in you I take refuge! (Psalm 7:2) St Patrick's Breastplate Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ in me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ on my right, Christ on my left
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Fr. Victor Blazovich Feb 17
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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Vania PadillaEdralin Feb 13
Note to self. Kindness goes a long way. HAPPY V DAY đź’–đź’–đź’–
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Archdio. of Boston Mar 23
Jesus is the only one who has seen the Father.
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Susan Gemperline Feb 17
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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evangelizeboston Feb 25
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Christian Apostles Feb 23
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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Archdio. of Boston Mar 22
Stay close to Jesus—the way, the truth, and the light—and remain in his word.
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Archdio. of Boston Mar 18
To preserve eternal life, we must give our lives away.
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Archdio. of Boston Mar 20
Jesus reveals his identity to the Pharisees, using the divine name I AM, but his hour was not here yet. He still needed to be “lifted up,” albeit on a cross, to enter into his glory.
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Nickolas Mar 27
"There are no perfect parents and there are no perfect children, but there are plenty of perfect moments along the way."
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DDS_LadySAFIRO_@75 Mar 26
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet." --William Shakespeare
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EWTN IRELAND Mar 25
Palm Sunday "Holy, Holy, Holy Lord, God of power and might. Heaven and earth are full of your glory...". With your help we want to accompany you on the way of the Cross as did Mary, your mother and ours, and the Apostle John.
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Archdio. of Boston Mar 19
Imitating Joseph, don’t be afraid to follow the Lord’s plan for your life, for He has far greater plans for us than we imagine.
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VLDerricks Mar 18
It is a joy to be hidden but disaster not to be found-Donald Winnicott.
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ALERON Mar 15
This coming 5th Sunday in Lent (18 March 2018), ALERON joins the community in reflecting on the message of and . . . .
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Fr. Patrick Briscoe, OP Mar 12
“For as long as the coming of Christ was delayed, men’s hope of being healed from their sins was that much fainter; but when it is reported that his coming is near, our hope of being healed rises, and then we go to him.” - Aquinas
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KSullivan Mar 11
Let's make sure that we extended the grace of God to those who are marginalized or ostracized.
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McCrimmons Mar 8
Wonderful from the Benedictine Nuns of Turvey Abbey for the (opt.) 9 March Memorial of St Frances of Rome St Frances was a wife and mother of six children, noted for her charitable works, founder Benedictine Oblates of the Tor de’Specchi
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