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Entries for August 2020

22nd Sunday of Ordinary Time 30 August 2020
August 30, 2020, 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Secular pursuits only bring a temporary amount of satisfaction and fulfillment. As much as we may think that achieving worldly success, economic security, personal well-being, and self-fulfillment are worthy goals to obtain, they all are dependen...

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21st Sunday of Ordinary Time, 23 August 2020
GOSPEL MEDITATION - ENCOURAGE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF SCRIPTURE 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time The only way to know God is to love God. Our minds will never fully grasp the mystery of God, but our hearts and souls can learn to love the mystery. Years ago, when life had a more innocent quality to...

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20th Sunday of Ordinary Time, 16 August 2020
We are hardwired for wholeness and crave it. When something is broken, we want it fixed. If a part of our body is not working properly, we want it healed. How often do we find ourselves saying, “i’m tired of struggling with this cold, i can’t wait for my surgery to heal, or i want ...

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2020 CT Catholic Men's Conference
The 2020 Connecticut Catholic Men’s Conference: it’s a Home Run! No doubt, it’s Divine Providence  We’re moving the conference to New Britain Stadium!  September 19, 2020 Prayers to Saint Joseph uncovered this opportunity!  Outdoor venue with up to 1,500...

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19th Sunday of Ordinary Time, 9 August 2020
19th Sunday in Ordinary Time Be still and know that I am God. Silence is sacred. Silence speaks the language of the soul and is the foundation of all life and eternity itself. Silence takes us beyond the limits of our minds and allows us to seek and to love the essence of all love, perfect love, ...

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18th Sunday of Ordinary Time, 2 August 2020
August 2, 2020 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time Many people in our world are hungry and thirsty. This hunger and thirst go well beyond physical needs for food, security, and shelter. Many are emotionally and spiritually parched, too. Behind every act of violence is a soul who hungers. People live ...

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