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The Spiritual and Psychological Damage of Failing to Forgive

One of my (many) weaknesses is that I have a long memory for any actual or perceived wrong done to me. Forgiving unconditionally is one of the things that I continue to work on. I recently came across an excellent blogpost … Continue reading

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The Human Pettiness of Jonah and the Mercy of God

The first reading today this week is from the Book of Jonah.  The following is from a blog I did last year on the metaphors contained in Jonah that are applicable to me. Jonah is one of my favorite books from … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection, 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time (November 3, 2013): God’s Redemptive Grace

This weekend is the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time. You can find the readings here. We continue the themes from last Sunday: God’s attitude towards the sinner and the social outcast. Today’s reflection comes from the great Jesuit site Living Space. … Continue reading

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