Monthly Archives: May 2015

Anxiety and Worry

I learn so much while walking the dogs.  Everywhere I look, there is something beautiful to see, something worthy to ponder.  The other day, ambling along the river on the bike path, I passed a fence painted with these words, … Continue reading

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The Holy Spirit and Evangelization

It’s Pentecost today, and I want to tell a story–a totally true story– of a college student in my parish, who was received into the Catholic Church just 40 days ago at our Easter Vigil.  I read a post by … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Reflection

A dear friend of mine was asked to do a reflection at church on Mother’s Day, and this is what she came up with. I thought it was beautiful, and pertinent even after the holiday has ended for this year: … Continue reading

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Did you know. . .

. . . that those in the Dominican order always wear a rosary on their left side, just as the medieval knights wore their swords.  And just as a knight used his sword to defend himself, a Dominican uses his rosary … Continue reading

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