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Sunday Reflection, 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time (July 27, 2014): The Kingdom of God as a Priceless Treasure

“Is the Kingdom of God a big family? Yes, in a sense it is. But another sense it is a prodigious biological operation- that of the Redeeming Incarnation.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (courtesy of Fr. Don Jose Nyamunga) This … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection: Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (January 19, 2014): Growing in Christ

This weekend is the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time. The readings can be found here. The themes are on the nature of Christ and our call to grow closer to Christ and each other. Today’s reflection is courtesy of friend … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection: 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time (July 21, 2013) (Contemplatives in Action)

  Today is the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time and today’s Gospel is the fascinating story of Mary and Martha from the Gospel of Luke. “Jesus entered a village where a woman whose name was Martha welcomed him. She had … Continue reading

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A Here and Now Kingdom

Part of my prayer life involves doing a modified Examen and Ignatian Lectio Divina in the evening under the structure set forth by the Irish Jesuit website Sacred Space.  One of the features of Sacred Space is a weekly reflection … Continue reading

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