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At the Incarnation of the Son of God, there is a natural emotion that is addressed in the Gospels: Fear, the aversion to a perceived danger. The Archangel Gabriel appears to Zechariah and tells him, ‘Do not be afraid, for your prayer is heard, . . .’ After greeting Our Lady, Gabriel says to her, … Continue reading “Fear”
“…What happens when you don’t accept Christ as your King? Well, actually, someone else is going to be your king, normally, is the one in the mirror that becomes the king…”
We hope everyone has a holy, joyful and safe Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving, though some may argue, is a national holiday to give thanks to Almighty God! It was established by George Washington to be on Thursday, November 26, 1789. Lincoln, in 1863, changed the date to be the final Thursday of November. Perhaps, a good custom … Continue reading “Fr. Jacques Philippe on Difficulties”
(Interior Freedom) When uncertain about God’s will, it is very important that we tell ourselves: ‘Even if there are aspects of God’s will that escape me, there are always others that I know for sure and can invest in without any risk, knowing that this investment always pays dividends.’ These certainties include fulfilling the duties … Continue reading “Fr. Jacques Philippe on God’s Will”
“….God sends no one to Hell, those in Hell sent themselves, …we have Heaven in sense in every Mass, …I only have today to be a saint….”
We just wanted to quickly get the word out a bit wider about a couple of big upcoming events. Also, Mondays have three monthly ministries for high schoolers, each meet once a month. This week is St. Gianna’s Life Defenders’ monthly meeting (they meet 2nd Mondays); this is our parish’s pro-life high school ministry. Also, … Continue reading “Upcoming HTYM events & meetings!”
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