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God has blessed America!

God has blessed America!   Information is knowledge, but how and where we get our information is very important.  Our technology is always changing and providing us with many ways to communicate, but that doesn’t always make the way we interact with people perfect. While technology improves, people are chan...
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Monday, April 06, 2015

The face of Jesus

The face of Jesus I attended a presentation about the Passion of Christ at St. Barnabas Parish in Greenwood, Ind. The Pastor, Monsignor Tony Volz, opened prayer with this statement:  “By the wood of the cross we have been healed.”  There is so much power in this one sentence.   Dr. Chuck D...
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Monday, March 23, 2015

The Way of The Cross . . . live it everyday!

The Way of The Cross . . . live it everyday! What benefits did we secure by Christ’s sacrifice at the cross?  Do we think about the grace we received, and how we apply it to our daily life?  We are halfway through the Lenten Season; this holy time of year is more than six weeks of sacrifice and extra prayer.  These 40 day...
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Monday, March 09, 2015

The castle in Indiana

The castle in Indiana   On a cold, Sunday afternoon recently, my husband and I visited Bruté College Seminary near the campus of Marian University in Indianapolis. Andrew Thomas and Luke Hassler, seminarians from the Diocese of Evansville, gave us a guided tour of the building, which was once a Carmelite Monas...
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Monday, February 23, 2015

A leap of faith

A leap of faith   Do you believe in miracles?  Some people believe that miracle events ceased with the end of the apostolic era. Other people may be curious about why there are no miracles today; I wonder why they don’t see them.  I read a book titled, “The Miracle Chase;” the thre...
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Monday, February 09, 2015

The hidden treasures of life

The hidden treasures of life We are now celebrating in the Ordinary Time of our Liturgical Calendar in the Catholic Church.  We marched through the Advent and Christmas Season with so many joyful reasons to celebrate.  The meaning behind these feast days and events, which are part of our salvation history, are someti...
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Monday, January 26, 2015

The family Christmas card list

The family Christmas card list The Christmas Season officially ended Jan. 11, 2015, when the Church celebrated the Baptism of the Lord, but the joy of the season should last all year!   One of the most valued traditions is the archived “Family Christmas Card List.”  Every year, we bring out this list with n...
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Monday, January 12, 2015

Christ is our new creation!

Christ is our new creation! “The voice of the Lord twists the oaks and strips the forests bare. And in his temple all cry, ‘Glory!’” – Psalm 29:9    To hear God’s voice we must belong to Him. Through faith, His grace strengthens us, and helps us to become better listeners.  W...
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Thursday, December 18, 2014

"Behold, I Make All Things New"

SourceURL:file://localhost/Volumes/Message Active/12:2014 DECEMBER/12:12:14/USED/p05 - ZOE - The season of Advent is a time of preparation and hope for all people.docx Advent is a time of spiritual preparation and hope for all people. To fully participate in the life of the Church during any season...
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Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Our real inheritance is Catholic tradition

Our real inheritance is Catholic tradition   The Liturgical Calendar of the Church reminds us that we are beginning the Advent Season, which is also the start of the new liturgical year in the Roman Catholic Church.  This year the first Sunday of Advent is Nov. 30, the Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle.  The Latin word adventus...
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Monday, November 24, 2014