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

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Family Reflection Video: Day To “Be”

If we are not interested in others, it can be a source of our unhappiness.

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Family Reflection Video: Encounter and Witness

An encounter with the Lord is a prerequisite to transforming ourselves and becoming a missionary disciple.

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Family Reflection Video: Get Real

“How good it feels to come back to him whenever we are lost! Let me say this once more: God never tires of forgiving us; we are the ones who tire of seeking his mercy.” (Pope Francis in Evangelii Gaudium/The Joy of the Gospel)

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Advent  |  faithfulness  |  pope

Family Reflection Video: How Close Have You Come to Jesus?

Have you ever thought about your spiritual genealogy? From the priest who baptized you to the bishop who ordained that priest and on and on. It’s an unbroken line of spiritual connection that travels back to the twelve apostles. Thus, going back to Jesus.

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Family Reflection Video: Be Imitators of Christ

We are called to imitate Christ but what does that mean for us today exactly? There are people all around us who are suffering in one way or another. Do you see them?

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Family Reflection Video: Signs of the Time

I am Bishop Arthur Colgan, C.S.C., visiting the Father Peyton Center from Peru. I am very pleased to be with you for today’s family reflection. Look out the window. Is it  cloudy? Is it windy? Easy, right?

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