Monthly Archives: February 2014

Reflections for the 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This Sunday’s readings teach us that in order to understand God’s plan, we need to try to get beyond our narrow perspectives focused on ourselves so that we can begin to better understand God’s plan.  In order to do this … Continue reading

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In case you forget

In case you forgot what green trees and grass look like at the SLC. Hope springs eternal!

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Reflections for the 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time

This Sunday’s readings teach us about our Christian mission to make God present in and for the world. We are called to do this primarily by the way we act towards God (righteousness) and fulfill our obligations towards one another … Continue reading

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Be holy

This Sunday’s first reading from the Book of Leviticus says, “Be holy, for I, the Lord, your God, am holy.” (Lev 19:1-2)  Sounds unreal doesn’t it?  As children we often imitate our parents.  Any parent know this, especially when a … Continue reading

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But I should be doing something??? But what?

As I read the article about a man in our Diocese who felt called by the Lord to assist the homeless (http://catholicdioceseofwichita.org/feature-articles/20480-breakfast-bob-a-friend-to-the-homeless) in personal way, I became aware of my deep feelings, thoughts, and desires.  It is through these most prominent … Continue reading

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