Thoughts for the Day

  Restoring sight to the blind

Dec 02, 2022
Today's first reading from Isaiah tells us that the sight of the blind will be restored and they will see what God has done in their midst.
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  Blessed Marie-Clementine Anuarite Nengapeta

Dec 01, 2022
Have you ever heard of Anuarite Nengapeta? I only recently heard about her as I was preparing this reflection for today, Thursday of the first week of Advent
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  Falling into the circle of divine love

Nov 29, 2022
This short passage from today’s gospel reading (Luke 10:21-24) speaks to us about the joyful intimacy that is found in God as three-in-one.
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  "Lord, I am not worthy ..."

Nov 28, 2022
Today in the gospel of Matthew 8: 5-11, a Roman centurion helps us to make Advent a time to know Jesus better.
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  The parable of the fig tree

Nov 25, 2022
The parable of the fig tree is very short but very powerful (Luke 21:29-33).
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  Remembering Andrew Dung-Lac and companions

Nov 24, 2022
A church that was built upon the blood of martyrs. This describes the Catholic Church in Vietnam.
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  The Presentation of Mary

Nov 21, 2022
Yesterday, the Church's liturgical year ended with the feast of Christ the King. We reflected that the Kingdom of God is not based on power and domination but on justice, peace and love. These values are strengthened by today's feast of the Presentation of Mary.
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