Duxbury Catholic

February 2018

Feb 22

The Gift of Knowing Jesus

This Lent, Dynamic Catholic posted a list of things creative things that we could do for Lent instead of giving things up.(https://dynamiccatholic.com/everyday-life/creative-things-to-give-up-for-lent/) In response to that Article as one of my Lenten observances I am reading the Gospels a little each day hoping to finish by the end of Lent. I...
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Feb 15

Happy Lent!

Happy Lent! Yes, we can say that, even though we are fasting or taking time to pray more or doing special works of charity in this season. The goal of Lent is to become the best version of yourself – to become holy, which will ultimately bring you true joy and peace! The program I suggest you try during Lent, which is geared to help you...
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Feb 8

The Faith of the Leper

In today’s Gospel reading we hear of Jesus healing a person with leprosy. Lepers were considered outcasts and unclean. According to the Law of Moses, people with leprosy should be isolated from society to keep those who were clean separated from those who were unclean. Even though this leper lived in isolation, he somehow must have heard...
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Feb 1


As I read through this Sunday's Mass readings I am struck by the response from Psalm 147:  "Praise the Lord, who heals the brokenhearted." Is that not a beautiful sentence to reflect on?  Praise the Lord, who heals the brokenhearted.  When there is faith in our hearts it brings praise.  In the Gospel from...
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