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I wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgivng, and God's Abundant Blessings!! It is important to make a list of all we have to be grateful for, and thank God for it all the time, but I especially like to to do so during the week of Thanksgiving. At the…Continue
I believe this is not a main stream website, but I want to post the video link below for Catholics who do engage in this website and who may not be knowledgeable about the state of our Church. The Church is the bride of Christ. To ignore extremely…Continue
I would like to see how other Catholics are thinking in regard to social justice and prayer. If you are interested in this topic, would you please add your thoughts. I am reading Dom Helder Camara right now and find him to be very strong in…Continue
What does the term Social Justice mean to you?What is the first thing that comes to your mind?I think of it as the fair treatment of an individual in relation to society. An example might be buying Fair Trade coffee so that those doing the…Continue
Here in the USA, we'll soon be celebrating Thanksgiving. It's time for me to review my Gratitude List. Not only do I have such things as my easy access to church and loving family/friends but also my having a great vacuum system and those handy ATM's!
My not having to pump water or wondering where I'll get my next meal is a huge blessing. Goodness, for food I just have to go to my refrig or call and have it delivered. Abundant blessings!
This is a good time of year for me to add to my list. What are some of the things that make you feel grateful?
You are cordially invited to join us in a Day of Reflection on the Carmelite Spirituality of St. Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face. The session will take place on the weekend before our beautiful Carmelite Sister's Feast Day. "Love does not calculate...", 1-4 PM, SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Attleboro MA. The session will be led by Anna Rae-Kelly OCDS. All welcome, freewill offering. For more details, please visit www.annaprae.com.To Jesus through Mary - your Sister in Carmel, Anna.…Continue
This is the day the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and give thanks.
Let's try to head for the light and be positive. Let's expect and aim to have a good day. There are plenty of disturbing and heart-wrenching stories out there. I try ... most of the time, to see what I can do to make my space in this world a little bit better for others. In doing so, a warm feeling or a smile comes over me. I try not to allow the darkness to color my day. Anyone feel the same way?
Feeling tired or discouraged? You could make today the start of the rest of your life!
Thirsty? Quarter a navel orange and enjoy. Want another piece of chocolate or a drink? Go brush your teeth and get them so spiffy that you don't want the 'taste' of anything else.
Have a hankering to munch? How about taking some Joseph's red roasted pepper hommus and some celery sticks. I purchase them already cut up so I can quickly fill the sticks with the tasty hommus. Satisfying on a muggy day.
Want to feel empowered? Take that bag of chips and place it under foot and stomp ... faster!!!! Go to sleep tonight with the knowledge that you made a good start and tomorrow will be a bit better. God loves you ... don't forget that.