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Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, June 26, 2016

Readings for Sunday, June 26th   When reflecting upon the second reading from Paul to the Galatians, I was struck by the whole concept of freedom, and how we have really twisted its meaning.  Society has this mistaken notion that … Continue reading

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The Help

“God says we need to love our enemies.  It hard to do.  But it can start by telling the truth.  No one had ever asked me what it feel like to be.  Once I told the truth about that, I … Continue reading

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Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, June 30th

Readings for Sunday, June 30th When I was reading to prepare for mass tomorrow, these were some lines that stood out for me.  I will explain: In the first reading:  “Please, let me kiss my father and mother goodbye, and … Continue reading

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Forgiveness is Freedom!

I wanted to write about something light and sweet today, but felt as though God placed the topic of “forgiveness” on my heart.  Nothing can gnaw at a person’s soul and happiness more than anger and resentment.  Sometimes, when a … Continue reading

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Remembering our Fallen Heroes

Today is the special day set aside in our country for remembering those who have died while in military service.  I am so grateful to these brave men and women who gave their lives to protect the freedoms that we … Continue reading

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