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Reflections of Family and Faith

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

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Family Reflection Video: Be a Jonah for the World

So what does it take to be a Jonah for the world? A Jonah is someone who inspires others to take a leap of faith.

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Family Reflection Video: Separating the Sheep from the Goats

Matthew 25:31-46 speaks of a shepherd who separates the sheep, Jesus’ followers, from the goats, those who wander. What is the message for us today?

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Family Reflection Video: Giving and Receiving

Mardi Gras is a pre-Lenten celebration with parades, throwing of beads and dancing through the streets. Many people wear masks to hide their identity ... but at the end of the celebration the masks are removed.

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Family Reflection Video: Not for Me, but for You

If Jesus was sitting at your kitchen table, would you let him have the first pancake?

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Family Reflection Video: Made in the Image of God

I came across a Hungarian Proverb that said, “Adam ate the apple, and our teeth still ache.” What do you think this means? Let’s take a few minutes to think about this together.

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Family Reflection Video: Know God and Receive Hope

A woman kidnapped at a young age who bore 144 scars inflicted by others once said, “I am definitively loved and whatever happens to me, I am awaited by the Love. And so my life is good.” Saint Josephine Bakhita reflects a remarkable pillar of hope for each of us.

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