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

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Inadequacy Meets Abundance: Family Reflection Video

A large crowd gathers around Jesus – what are they hungry for?

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How Can This Be? Family Reflection Video

As Christians we expect that God has a plan for us and that he calls us to it ... so why are we often greatly troubled when it happens?

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No One Wants to Be Judas, But Sometimes We Are

No one wants to be Judas. And yet something washes over me as I read his words, when Jesus speaks of the betrayal He knows is going to happen, “Surely, it is not I.” And I shake my head in disbelief, because it is not Judas I hear, but rather, my own voice.

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The Need to Be Fully Connected: Family Reflection Video

Sometimes it takes a storm to realize how blessed we are to have such a loving God.

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Reconciliation: Facing a tyrant, or being held by a merciful God?

Recently, I sat in on a discussion on the sacrament of Reconciliation with a group of teenagers. At one point, I locked in on a certain young lady with an expressive face. As the priest explained more about the sacrament, her eyes became big, as questions formed. You could see her mind churning through his presentation.

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“Ephphatha” - Be Opened!

Like the man in today’s reading, sometimes we can be “deaf” … to Jesus, our friends, our family members and people in need. Ephphatha is the call for us today and every day.

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