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

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Lent 2021 - Give It All To Jesus: Family Reflection Video

Penitence is really about conversion. We are turning towards the Lord and away from what is harmful and sinful. The three disciplines of Lent - fasting, almsgiving, and prayer - are to help us leave behind what separates us from God.

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The Floating Zoo! Exploring Genesis: Family Reflection Video

How does Noah’s Ark speak to the situation we are in today? Well, God had asked Noah and his family to move into the Ark. They would live in tight quarters and they had no idea how long they would be on the water. While the instructions to build the Ark had many details, they did not come with a handbook for weathering the storm. 

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Strengthening family unity  |  Why pray?

The Family, Fully Alive

How do families become alive with goodness? One way to become fully alive as a healthy, loving, family is by praying together. But I would like to draw your attention to another way we can make our families thrive in Christ - and that is by living a virtuous life together. How do we achieve a virtuous life together as a family?

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Learn more about our faith  |  Why pray?

Believing Even When We Need to Wait: Family Reflection Video

“On February 11, 1858, a beautiful woman appeared to Bernadette Soubirous in a remote stone grotto outside of Lourdes, France. When asked her name, she replied, ‘I am the Immaculate Conception.’"

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Learn more about our faith  |  Why pray?

Beware of Unexplored Traditions: Family Reflection Video

A woman always cut off the ends of a ham before putting it into the pan and setting it in the oven. She did this every holiday. When a friend asked her the reason, she looked perplexed and said, “I don’t know. My mother always did it." So the woman went to ask her mother why she trimmed the ham, and the mother replied, "Because that's what my mother, your Grandmother, did."

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Return to the Church  |  Why pray?

The Four Agreements: Family Reflection Video

Tom Brady is a GOAT. Perhaps the greatest of all time to play quarterback for an NFL team … or two. In New England, we are grateful for the enjoyment he provided over twenty years and the gracious way in which he moved on to Tampa Bay. He has found in the four agreements a core set of beliefs and practices that help him to be free, to be happy and to love his family, friends, and others.

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