eucharist, jesus, communion, host

Hunger and Thirst

Have you ever found yourself still looking for something to eat or drink after you’ve had a full meal? I have to admit that sometimes

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vegetables, fresh, garden, food, market, vegetarian

Fruits of Our Labor

There is a saying: “If you want to be happy, plant a garden.” Oh, how true that is! When we are gardening, we are living

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liturgy, reform

Advent and the Liturgical Year

Catholics can rightfully wish each other “Happy New Year!” on Sunday, December 2nd, because it is the beginning of a new liturgical year in the

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Mary Said Yes, Twice

The Blessed Virgin Mary’s entire life was and is now a continuing, whole-hearted “Yes” to God’s will. Made in God’s image and likeness, and conceived

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Forgiveness is For Losers

Christian forgiveness is a revolution. By that I mean it does what revolutions always do: it overthrows the ancien régime, the old, decaying order of

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