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

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Love thy Neighbor  |  Seasonal Reflections

Potatoes, Eggs, and Coffee: Family Reflection Video

Kathleen, a teenager complained to her father Mike about her struggles in dealing with daily challenges. Mike, a chef, took her to the kitchen...

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Holy lives of inspiration  |  Love thy Neighbor

PLEASE COME BACK AGAIN

An electrician went to fix a minor electrical problem at a family restaurant in the afternoon before the restaurant opened for the dinner hour.  He met most of the staff as they introduced themselves to this visitor. He was so impressed by the warmth and friendliness and joyful good humor of the staff that he decided that he would take his wife to dinner the following Tuesday at this restaurant.

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Love thy Neighbor

Helping to Build the Kingdom of God: Family Reflection Video

The smile never left his face. “Even though life gets tough, God always provides.”

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Love thy Neighbor  |  Strengthening family unity

Zacchaeus Encounters Jesus : Family Reflection Video

Zacchaeus, a tax collector was wealthy and had everything he wanted. He possessed 4 the P’s: Power, Pleasure, Pride, and the accompanying companion: Problems...

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Love thy Neighbor  |  Strengthening family unity

Questions for Jesus: Family Reflection Video

The other day the Pharisees asked about the resurrection. Today they asked Jesus what is the Kingdom of God?

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Celebrating family life  |  Love thy Neighbor

Finding Joy

A dear friend of mine posted on Facebook last week a pondering about joy, especially amidst trials and the “drudgery” of life. Lamenting that so many moms do not seem to live in the joy of their vocation, she wondered, “How do we live joyfully? What does that even look like?”

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