Monthly Archives: April 2015

Grace in Abundance

In reflecting on the recent Gospel reading of the story of the loaves and fishes, I found myself thinking about God’s abundant grace.  More than what was needed to do the job.  Extravagant in its generosity. Plenty left over. Overflowing … Continue reading

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Rejoice Always, Pray Without Ceasing

  From the east the sunlight comes, moving slowly over the earth, brightening time zone after time zone.  The day moves on, the earth turns.   Evening comes here even as the dawn lights up the other side of the world –and … Continue reading

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Holy Week for the Wondering

Below is an article from http://www.romereports.com entitled “Questions about Holy Week You Were Afraid to Ask“.  (click the title to see the original article).  I thought it was pretty clear and direct.  Holy Week is an important time for Christians … Continue reading

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