Monthly Archives: September 2013

In the Spirit of Francis

In the recent interview of Pope Francis it was said, “The spirituality of Jorge Mario Bergoglio is not made of “harmonized energies,” as he would call them, but of human faces: Christ, St. Francis, St. Joseph and Mary.” When we … Continue reading

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Readings for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time:

St. Gregory the Great said that pride is the root of all sins, and is thus the most deadly.  This weekend’s readings warn us of the sin of pride, showing us the many ways it manifests itself in our lives.  … Continue reading

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New sculptures at the SLC????

No, not new scupltures at the retreat house. I don’t think elk were at the Wedding Feast of Cana, but I wanted to share a photo from a recent trip to Wyoming. What a wonderful world we live in! O … Continue reading

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Reflection on this Sunday’s Readings, 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This week’s readings are focused on the merciful nature of God; a nature which so far exceeds our natural abilities and understanding that it is humanly impossible to accept. God’s ways seem to violate our human understanding of justice because … Continue reading

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Reflection for this Sunday

Readings for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C. Our readings this week remind us to recognize our own weaknesses and to allow almighty God to give us everything that we need: good counsel in our doubt, sure footing … Continue reading

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