Daily Reflections

June 2

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Feast of Corpus Christi Reflection In his lifetime Jesus used the meal as the primary symbol of inclusion and acceptance. His shared meals with ‘sinners, outcasts, and tax collectors” demonstrated…

June1

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Reflection The world is not a problem to be solved; it is a living being to which we belong.  The world is part of our own self and we are…

May 31

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Reflection We who are alive today are prophets of a new way, tellers of a new storywhere God dwells not on some heavenly thronebut in every breath of living things.Let…

May 30

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Reflection It is hopeful to focus on the human potential for good. Rather than allowing ourselves to be overcome by the disturbing daily reports, we can focus on those whose…

May 29

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I will not leave you orphans; I will come to you.John 14:15-21 Reflection I will not leave you orphaned.” At some point we all want or even need to hear…

May 28

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Reflection Fear of the Lord is based in awe that is joyful rather than frightening. It gives us a sense of the greatness of God and sparks in us a…

May 27

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Reflection Piety reverences our Creator God and respects the relationship we share with others. It enables us to live in love and gratitude for God’s presence, God’s providence, and God’s…

May 26

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Trinity Sunday Reflection Across recent decades the meaning of the Trinity highlights the heavy emphasis on the relational dynamics that constitute the reality that we call God.  In other words,…

May 25

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Reflection Fortitude is the gift of courage, strength and endurance.  Fortitude touches the virtue of hope in us and gives us tenacity to get through difficult, dangerous or heart-breaking times. …

May 24

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Reflection The gift of knowledge is more than an accumulation of facts. Within our own limits, knowledge allows us to see the circumstances of our lives as God sees them.…