Monthly Archives: July 2013

July 31

St. Ignatius of Loyola Reflection The goal of our life is to live with God forever. God who loves us, gave us life. Our own response of love allows God’s life to flow into us without limit. All the things

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July 30

Reflection There is no such thing as a secret disciple of Jesus. A true disciple of Jesus is one who lives the Gospel message in a way that is visible. The goal of a disciple is to become like the

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Sister Kate Braet

Sister Kate Braet has traveled an unusual life journey. Born in Milwaukee and having spent her early childhood in California, she then moved with her family to Hauppauge, LI. It was there that her spirituality resonated with the spirit of

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July 29

Reflection “I want to tell you something. What is it that I expect as a consequence of World Youth Day? I want a mess. We knew that in Rio there would be great disorder, but I want trouble in the

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July 28

Reflection Seek and you shall find Knock and the door shall be opened Ask, and you shall be answered. Luke 11:9 A life centered in God is not acquired by osmosis. Prayer is the language of seekers. One does not

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July 27

Reflection “Contemplation is a long, loving look at what is real. How often we are fooled by what mimics the real. Indeed we live in a culture that flaunts the phony and lives on wild fabrication. We are so bombarded

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July 26

Reflection The saints are here all around us. People like you and me. They aren’t perfect people but they are people who dare to live out their own integrity the best way they can. Even though they are part of

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October 5 Immigration Events

These are events that are scheduled on Saturday October 5 to celebrate a day of Dignity and Respect in conjunction with efforts to achieve comprehensive immigration reform.  Whether you are able to attend or not, please commemorate the day by

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July 25

 Reflection Young children question the “why” of reality. They question and their imaginations supersede logical thought. Their most clear learning seems to come from images and stories. Jesus comments that unless we become like children, we will not enter the kingdom. It makes us

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July 24

Reflection People who are truly holy know that life is not to be endured but to be enjoyed. The virtue of joy is listed as one of the fruits of the presence of the Holy Spirit. Joy grows out of

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