Monthly Archives: January 2009

Prayer Request

I am scheduled for two surgeries on Friday of this week and although I have every confidence that all will work to the glory of God, I would appreciate any and all prayers that might be said on my behalf.  … Continue reading

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God of Infinite “Second Chances”

What do we treasure most about our lives?  Sick people or people who are in chronic pain say it’s health. Teachers and professors say that it’s intelligence, or education. Poor people think it’s money and the accumulation of things.  People … Continue reading

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Come and See

In the 11th century, King Henry III of Bavaria grew tired of court life and the pressures of being a monarch. He made application to the Prior at  a local monastery, asking to be accepted as a postulant, deciding that … Continue reading

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A Dangerous Baptism

Centures ago, John the Baptist appeared in the wilderness, proclaiming that God was on the move, that the Reign of God was at hand, that it was unstoppable and inevitable and–try as we might–no one would be able to resist … Continue reading

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Epiphany 2009: The Light Within

The word “epiphany” means to show, often translated as “manifestation”.  The implication is that the revelation we are experiencing is the uncovering of something that was hitherto hidden from our sight or perception.  On this special feast, we celebrate the … Continue reading

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