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The Season of Lent: An Opportunity for Reflection

All of us lead lives so filled with the demands of work and family that little time is left to us to cultivate the garden of our soul. In our preoccupation with the ceaseless business of life, our spirit, if not completely forgotten, is often sadly neglected. When we do find the time to look at ourselves honestly, we soon discover that the spirit of the world has gradually and imperceptibly...
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Our Priorities

The Gospel of St. Luke tells of a visit that Jesus made in Bethany, to the home of Martha and Mary, the sisters of Lazarus. St. Luke writes that Martha became upset that her sister sat "at the feet of the Lord, and listened to his teaching," leaving her to do all the work of pro- viding hospitality to their honored guest. But Jesus answered her complaint by saying, "Martha, Martha!...
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Bring the Message Home

I was amused to read the story of an insurance company that sponsored a conference at its huge national headquarters building in New York City. Agents from all over the country attended the conference which lasted for five days. During that week one of the attending salesmen was diligent enough to sell insurance to a barber, an elevator operator and to a restaurant worker, all of whom had...
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Do you know me?

I do not have any respect for justice. I injure badly without killing. I break hearts, destroy friendships, sow anger and reap hatred. I am cunning and malicious and unlike others, I get stronger with age. The more I am repeated and quoted, the more that I am believed. I distort reality, subvert the truth, ignore the facts, resist correction. I enjoy the suffering of others, and spread...
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Media Violence Fast September 15-21, 2014

Sign the pledge to join in the Media Violence Fast from September 15 to 21st!  DID YOU KNOW? Our children will see an estimated 100,000 acts of violence on television in the next 10 years. There is a stronger connection between violence on television and aggressive behavior than the connection between lead exposure and lower IQs in children. Children...
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