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28
Aug

The Pharisee’s Heart and The Apostle’s Heart

The Pharisee’s Heart In this passage, Christ has to deal with some tough customers. The passage describes them as trusting in themselves, self-righteous and having contempt for others. To summarize, […]

21
Aug

God’s mercy

Saint Pope John Paul II writes, man’s frantic search for God comes to an end (Tertio Millennio Adveniente, n.7). In a certain way “Christ” is all that God needs to […]

07
Aug

Why Does Mass Last an Hour?

This reflection is by Mike Eisenbath and was first published at the blog of the Catholic Writers’ Guild. __ We call the drive time to and from work “rush hour,” […]

30
Jul

How great is your Faith?

A Canaanite woman from what is now south Lebanon had a daughter who was possessed by a demon. She call ed on Our Lord for help, but he replied that […]

24
Jul

One thing that money can’t buy

The Gospel mentions tax collectors on several occasions and almost always presents them in a very negative light. They were hated because they had lowered themselves by cooperating with Roman. […]

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