March 26

  Reflection One thing I do know is that I was blind and now I see. John 9:1-41 Blindness is a spiritual metaphor. How often our misery is caused because we cannot see the reality of our situation and have

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March 25

Feast of the Annunciation Reflection “The annunciation is a faith event.  Dramatically, this poor, unconventional peasant woman’s free and autonomous answer opens a new chapter in the history of God with the world…Seen in this light, the particulars of Mary’s

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March 24

Remembrance of Oscar Romero Reflection Today is the anniversary of the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero. Oscar Romero was considered a career cleric who could be expected to sustain the status quo and not make trouble. When he became Archbishop

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March 23

Reflection  Sometimes the unconscious feelings of a lifetime can be unlocked by a simple word. The one who speaks may not know the power of the words, but the effect may be an awakening to the listener. In spite of

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March 22

World Water Day Reflection In nature, water is beautiful, refreshing and calming. Yet, its power can be frightening and destructive. It nourishes life and it can also destroy life. There has always been an intimate relationship between human beings and

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March 21

Reflection What if our behavior as those who profess to accept the teachings of Christ was so bewildering to others that they assumed it was God centered? What if those of us who proclaimed to be Christian and were serving

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March 20

Spring Equinox Reflection Today we celebrate the resurrection of the earth. Winter may still be holding on with cold fingers but, there is a lightness in the air, a touch of green on the ground. The earth is beginning to

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March 19

Feast of St. Joseph Reflection There are few references to Joseph in Scripture, yet, the few facts we learn give us an insight into him. We know that Joseph was a carpenter, a craftsman who earned his livelihood in creative

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March 18

Reflection Prejudice is often rooted in an unfounded sense of superiority.  Sadly, prejudice is often found in people who defend their attitudes based on religious or political beliefs. Examine closely certain code words, epithets and slogans and you will find

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March 17

St. Patrick’s Day  Reflection  True history and legend are intertwined when it comes to St. Patrick.  Carried into captivity by marauders, Patrick was sold as a slave to an Irish chieftan. While not the first to bring Christianity to Ireland,

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