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  Are we not all blind? Sure we may be able to see on a surface level, but how often do we recognize what is below the surface? 516 more words

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Daily Mass: Are you working for the Lord? Catholic Inspiration

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Jesus offers a parable about servants who have been given resources by their master.  The passage reminds us that we have all been blessed with opportunities to serve the Lord, and everyday we have a chance to act upon them. 18 more words

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Reflection - 'Pray Unceasingly!'

Cathy Nolan of MaryTV shared a transcript of a beautiful Homily from Fr. Maximilian at St. James Parish in Medjugorje about prayer. His words really touched my heart and brought me a lot of encouragement because I sometimes find myself in those struggles of praying with the heart. 1,473 more words

Christianity

Thirty Third Sunday of the Year - A

We are not on earth as museum keepers, but to cultivate a flourishing garden of life 
and prepare a glorious future.”

This quote from St. 1,033 more words

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Thirty-Second Sunday — A

The first generation of Christians was convinced that Jesus, the Risen Lord, would quickly return full of life. It wasn’t to be. Little by little Jesus’ followers had to prepare for a long wait. 979 more words

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‘Dear friends’ – Bishop Vincent’s Homily from 2 November 2017

Bishop Vincent Long Van Nguyen OFM Conv. Image: Diocese of Parramatta.

Homily for the Solemn Mass for the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed (All Soul’s Day) at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta. 778 more words

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Daily Mass: To seek and save what was lost. Catholic Inspiration

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Jesus speaks to Zacchaeus and initiates a conversation that leads to a conversion of heart.  We, too, are called to reach out to one another with the Good News of Christ…to seek and save what was lost. 22 more words

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