As we continue to pray during this Lenten Season, we remember that Pope Francis, in his encyclical, Laudato Si writes: “The universe unfolds in God, who fills it completely. Hence, there is a mystical meaning to be found in a leaf, in a mountain trail, in a dewdrop, in a poor person’s face. The ideal is not only to pass from the exterior to the interior to discover the action of God in the soul, but also to discover God in all things.” (Laudato Si’, paragraph 233)

Holy Women of History Seminars

Enter Lent!

Traditional Lenten practices re-shaped by today's theology. Re-thinking our Lenten journey ...

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Holy Women of History Seminars

Holy Women of History Seminars

How much do you know about the holy women in history? Would the record read differently if other women were the authors?
These questions answered by
Anneliese Sinnott OP in a 3 session seminar.
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TRUTH that does JUSTICE

TRUTH that does JUSTICE

EMBRACING LENT - CHOOSING LIFE
The first Preface for Lent in the Catholic liturgy begins by thanking God for giving us “this joyful season.” ... Joyful? What if Jesus's "good news" is a revelation of the most fulfilling, joyful way of living our lives?

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28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time (October 15, 2017)

Is 25:6-10a          Phil 4:12-14,19-20             Mt 22:1-14 or 22:1-10

I believe that most people would agree with me that a parable about a wedding feast is a difficult one to understand. How do we make sense of a story where all the invited guests refuse to come? Because the invited guests refuse to come their city is destroyed. Some street people then find themselves invited to a wedding party they never dreamed of attending. Furthermore, one of the guests who the king calls “friend” but who really isn’t a friend is singled out, confronted, bound, and thrown into the darkness for not wearing a wedding garment. At first, it is a very peculiar parable…. (more…)

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