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Pilgrim Alicia Ambrocio in the Milk Grotto Chapel, Bethlehem  Pilgrim Alicia Ambrocio in the Milk Grotto Chapel, Bethlehem, October 15, 2016 Enlarge Image

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  • Twenty Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year A)
    Sun, Oct 4 Views 50 Listen 1 Downloads 0

    Our worries are different because we are really anxious only for people and things we care about. Sometimes worrying can prevent bad things from happening. However, excessive worrying can kill our appetite, make us sick, ruin our relationships and steal our peace. The amazing thing about worry, and we know this from experience, is that only a few of the things we worry about ever happen. Read more »

  • Twenty Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year A)
    Sun, Oct 11 Views 42 Listen 1 Downloads 0

    We may have some peace with less or no worries and anxieties, and we may have a little more peace because of our noble thoughts and good deeds but we can find true peace only through spiritual contentment. Read more »

  • Twenty Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year A)
    Sun, Oct 18 Views 37 Listen 1 Downloads 0

    During our times of hardships, trials and suffering we must remember that God is working in our lives, even in our darkest hours, to accomplish His purposes. We must not only believe that God exists, but also that He has the power to work through people whom He chooses to do His will. God selects people even from unknown land and faith, unworthy and ungodly persons to bring us the message of salvation. Read more »

  • Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Year A)
    Sun, Oct 25 Views 29 Listen 1 Downloads 0

    To love someone truly means that we also know the person well and love everything about the person. The same is true with our love for God. So, if we say we love God, then — First, we must know God and love His Word as aptly expressed in Psalm 119 which says, “Oh how I love your law!”, Vs. (97). Read more »

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