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Regardless of my feelings about the competency of the management at my former place of employment, at least having work gave me some stuff to share about.   297 more words

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Wednesday of Reminiscere—February 27, 2013

Today we have heard Our Lord’s third prediction of His Passion. He will be betrayed, killed, and He will rise again. He gave similar predictions after St. 455 more words

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Ember Wednesday in Lent—February 20, 2013

“To You, O Lord, I lift up my soul.” These words of David which open the twenty-fifth Psalm are words of repentance. David does not lift his soul to the Lord as the modern would “invite Jesus into his heart.” The modern thinks he has somehow purified his heart, completely apart from Jesus, and invites Him in so that he may lead a “good” life and work out his own salvation. 934 more words

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Ash Wednesday—February 13, 2013

“Return to the Lord, your God.” Return is one of Lent’s keywords. It is another way of saying “repent.” So as we observe Ash Wednesday, the beginning of our forty-day Lenten fast, repent, return to the Lord, your God, for He is gracious and merciful, He is slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love. 1,003 more words

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Wednesday of Sexagesima—February 6, 2013

If you endure chastening, God deals with you as a son. Fathers and mothers who truly love their children correct and discipline them. They do not do it to harm them, but to bless and prosper them. 707 more words

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Wednesday of Septuagesima—January 30, 2013

The Word of God discerns all our thoughts. In the eyes of God, no sin is hidden, for “all things are naked and open to Him to whom we must give account.” In chapters 3 and 4 of Hebrews, St. 643 more words

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Wednesday of Epiphany I—January 16, 2013

In this season of Epiphany, the truth is revealed that God’s plan of salvation is not only for the nation of Israel, but is for all men. 668 more words

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