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May 2017

May 26

It's not easy being Christian!

The reading from the first Letter of St. Peter gives us great hope in our present day because it speaks of the glory that will be experienced due to the suffering endured by Christians.  This is one of only three references within the New Testament to followers of Jesus as Christians.  “Rejoice to the extent that you share in the...
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May 19

Easter Joy Hope and Love

The readings this weekend help one to remain in the spirit of Easter, especially with the words of "joy", "hope" and "love".  In the first reading, joy came to the people in Samaria as Philip healed all those gravely afflicted with a variety of illnesses.  In the second reading, Peter instructs the people...
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May 4

World Day of Prayer for Vocations

Prayer for Vocations O God, Father of all Mercies, Provider of a bountiful Harvest, send Your Graces upon those You have called to gather the fruits of Your labor; preserve and strengthen them in their lifelong service of you. Open the hearts of Your children that they may discern Your Holy Will; inspire in them a love and desire to surrender...
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