Monthly Archives: November 2014

Blessed Thanksgiving

Recently I ran into a quote by an Orthodox saint, St. Isaac of Syria which said, “When one is at peace with oneself, one is at peace with the world.” In the climate in which we live, being at peace … Continue reading

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tear it out? really?

Well, that’s what I suggested!  Tear out Matthew 25.  I think it is too hard.  Does Jesus really expect us to do all this? Matthew 25 of course are the corporeal works of mercy: To feed the hungry; To give … Continue reading

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My Lourdes Water Miracle

(submitted by Kristi Uhlschmidt, publicity coordinator at the SLC) I’ve had a devotion to Our Lady for some time, but I’ve found that motherhood has made me turn to her that much more.  It was during my third pregnancy that … Continue reading

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Who are we working for? I forgot!

Our parable for this 33rd Sunday of Ordinary time is a familiar parable. The parable of talents found in Matthew 25:14-30. Three men given the Master’s possessions and then the Master leaves. When the Master returns each of the men … Continue reading

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