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Wit & Wisdom: Sacrifice

“It is by the apostolic preaching of the Gospel that the people of God is called together and gathered so that all who belong to this people, sanctified as they are by the Holy Spirit, may offer themselves ‘a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God’.”

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We all make sacrifices but sometimes, we do it because we care for people close to us. Do that and you’ll feel the love that makes that sacrifice all the more worthwhile, and the end of the day, the little things in life can make big impacts.

Wise Words

August 14, 1941

This man, Franciszek Gajowniczek, died in 1995.

54 years earlier he was an inmate at Auschwitz who thought he would never see his family again. 118 more words

Random Musings

Memorial of Saint Maximilian Kolbe, Priest and Martyr (August 14th, 2015

A young boy named Raymond Kolbe had a vision of the Mother God, beckoning towards him, her arms extended, in each hand a crown, one white and the other red. 604 more words

Weekday Homilies

“Never be afraid of loving the Blessed Virgin too much.  You can never love her more than Jesus did.”


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Every week I visit with financial advisors about their support staff; and usually hear things like:

  • “I need my help to be better trained.”
  • “The people in my office just don’t get it.”
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The Kolbe.

Here I am. The Deliquent Daughter. Posting at 10 p.m. (oops, baby needed to eat…) 11 p.m.  on a Tuesday because I will feel so much better if I at least post during “Tuesday” then *gasp* Wednesday morning. 753 more words