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Sunday Reflection: Fifth Sunday of Easter (May 18, 2014): Transformation in The Way

  “It is not right for us to neglect the word of God to serve at table.” — Acts 6:2 This weekend is the Fifth Sunday of Easter. The readings can be found here.   The themes continue the story … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (May 12, 2014): Freedom of Christianity

“Christianity is not, as it is sometimes presented and sometimes practiced, an additional burden of observances and obligations to weigh down and increase the already heavy load, or to multiply the already paralyzing ties of our life in society. It … Continue reading

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Good Friday Reflections on Mother Teresa, Suffering, Blood Sacrifice and Kenosis

As we continue the reflection and celebration on the Easter Triduum, I would like to include several reflections from my favorite resources. First, is from David Backes, Professor, Deacon, author and owner of the outstanding blog New Wood.  Set forth … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection, Second Sunday of Lent (March 16, 2014): Transfigured in Christ

This weekend is the Second Sunday of Lent.  The readings can be found here.  The readings focus on the Transfiguration.  It was one of those rare instances during Jesus’ lifetime when His divinity was clearly apparent to his closest disciples. … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (January 6, 2014): Transformation

“Nothing can any longer find place in our constructions which does not first satisfy the conditions of a universe in process of transformation. A Christ whose features do not adapt themselves to the requirements of a world that is evolutive … Continue reading

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Feast of St. Charles Borromeo (November 4)

Today is the Feast of St. Charles Borromeo. I have fond personal feelings for this saint, not necessarily because of his life (which was significant) but because of a wonderful prayer experience I had at St. Charles Borromeo parish in … Continue reading

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