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We Too Might Have a New Life

Carmel Bulletin, 1 April 2018

Do you not know that all of us who have been baptised into Christ Jesus were baptised into his death?

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Liturgical Space

STRONG FINISHES for the Oops, Ouch, and Oh My!

As a track coach I preach and preach to my athletes about the importance of strong finishes. Digging down deep and giving it your all as you close in on the finish line can make a big difference. 1,469 more words

Liturgical Seasons

Walking the Walk

Our Judeo-Christian tradition includes many long journeys towards a unique encounter with God.  The Israelites’ search for the Promised Land, Elijah fleeing to Mount Horeb, and Joseph and Mary travelling to Bethlehem are some example.  257 more words

Liturgical Seasons

On Fasting

We are squarely in the midst of the Lenten season. This beautiful but difficult season of prayer and fasting. This time the Church gives us to step back, deny ourselves daily, and try to take up the yolk of Jesus and call of the Gospel a little better. 727 more words

Faith

St. Joseph Speaks the Word Incarnate

Many devotional writings about St. Joseph stress his silence. No word of his is recorded in Sacred Scripture. We know the Blessed Virgin’s response to the Archangel St. 306 more words

Scripture

Seasons of Life

Previously published in the Hughson Chronicle & Denair Dispatch

There four different sets of seasons in my life.

The first set is the one I see outside. 684 more words

The Good Life

Read This to Relive Your Childhood

So, a few nights ago Helena and I were reminiscing about our childhoods, specifically playing MASH. Much to our horror, several of our friends with us had never even heard of it, much less played it. 400 more words

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