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Bringing Life Out of What Seems Lifeless

Periodically in Lent, Bondings 2.0 will feature reflections by two New Ways Ministry staff members:  Matthew Myers, Associate Director, and Sister Jeannine Gramick, Co-Founder. The liturgical readings for the Fifth Sunday of Lent are:  552 more words

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Father Robert Nugent, New Ways Ministry's Co-Founder, Passes Into Eternal Life

With confidence in the promise of the Resurrection, but also with hearts heavy with sorrow, New Ways Ministry reports the passing into eternal life of our co-founder, Father Robert Nugent, SDS.   640 more words

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Patiently Waiting for the Desert to Bloom With Abundant Flowers

For the four Sundays of Advent, Bondings 2.0 will feature reflections on the day’s Scripture readings by two New Ways Ministry staff members:  Matthew Myers, Associate Director, and Sister Jeannine Gramick, Co-Founder.   836 more words

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7 Questions for Sister Jeannine Gramick

Michael O’Loughlin, who blogs at “Faith Fix” on the Religion News Service website, has recently instituted a new feature called “7 Questions,”  in which he briefly interviews a prominent person on an item of importance. 572 more words

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Stephen Fratello: Learning To Find God

 

FINDING GOD IN “GAY”

Learning to find God in all things can be tricky, but it can get even more daunting to find God in the darkness of rejection, discrimination and prejudice. 815 more words

Catholic Gays and Lesbians Gathering on Friday, March 8

Catholic Gays and Lesbians Gathering—Friday, March 8, at 7 pm in the Main Floor Meeting Room at St. Joseph’s Parish, 151 Laurier Ave. E., Ottawa, ON. 286 more words

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New Ways Ministry on the Resignation of Benedict XVI

The following is the statement of New Ways Ministry’s Executive Director Francis DeBernardo on the announcement of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation:

The news of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation has surprised the Catholic community worldwide, and here at New Ways Ministry we are praying for the future of the church and for the pope’s health. 330 more words

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