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"The family that prays together stays together." - Venerable Patrick Peyton

Julie Storr

Julie Storr is a convert and Benedictine Oblate who is in awe of the depth of the relationship with God that can be found in the Catholic Church. Julie and her husband live in Pocahontas, Iowa. They have two sons, and is learning girl things from a new daughter-in-law. She writes and is available for speaking engagements. Visit her website at

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Faith Reflection  |  Mass  |  Sacrament of Reconciliation

Lectio the Liturgy: Sunday, August 27, 2023

Today, courtesy of our sister ministry, Catholic Mom, we learn how to Lectio the Liturgy with the Prayer after Communion for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time. Complete within us, O Lord, we pray, the healing work of your mercy and graciously perfect and sustain us, so that in all things we may please you. Through Christ our Lord.

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Corpus Christi  |  Lectio Divina  |  Liturgy of the Word

Corpus Christi Sunday Liturgy Reflection

This week we Lectio the Liturgy with Preface II for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. The Preface is the first part of the Eucharistic Prayer, and this week it is quite long, however, the first paragraph has much to think about.

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Easter Vigil  |  Faith Reflection  |  Holy Saturday

Contemplating the Easter Vigil Liturgy

A reflection on the Blessing of the Fire which occurs during the Easter Vigil. The Blessing of the Fire O God, who through your Son bestowed upon the faithful the fire of your glory, sanctify † this new fire, we pray, and grant that, by these paschal celebrations, we may be so inflamed with heavenly desires, that with minds made pure we may attain festivities of unending splendor. Through Christ our Lord.

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