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God Gives Us the True Gift of Lent

God’s goodness has no restraints. Yielding and more generous giving conveys the nature of our friendship and bountiful God. Count your endows and supports and then praise our affection God. We should do this daily! Your body, your subconsciou, your affections, and your soul–all are talents from God. Likewise, the Sacraments, the Church, the Eucharist, […]

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Thursday of the Twenty-seventh Week in Ordinary Time

In the Gospel today, Jesus talks about perseverance in devotion. Thecommentary to this passage from the Christian Community Bible says, Jesus pushes us to ask with determination and not get tired of expecting, but very to “tire” God by our persistence. God may not always givewhat we ask for, or not in the way we […]

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The Other Side of Confession

For the last couple of weeks, the lectionary has been contributing us to consider questions of forgiveness, reconciliation, and now, this Sunday, fairness, with the parable of the laborers in the vineyard. As I have been contemplating the tension between forgiveness, shame, and kindnes, I revisited the words of the admission we generally say at […]