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Gospel reflection

December 31, 2023: Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph

Perhaps this week, we might take some time in prayer to discern how we are living as a spirited part of God’s Holy Family

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December 24, 2023: Fourth Sunday of Advent

Can we say yes, and let that yes change our lives and our world in small but necessary ways?

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December 17, 2023: Third Sunday of Advent

In these remaining weeks of Advent, perhaps we can think about how we can use our identity to glorify God

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December 10, 2023: Second Sunday of Advent

Take some time this week to enter the silent chapel of your heart

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December 3, 2023: First Sunday of Advent

What are your thoughts and hopes for the Season of Advent we have just entered?

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September 25, 2022: Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Let us ask God to help us see the extent to which we can do something about the misery in our world

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September 18, 2022: Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Let’s asses our own faithfulness as managers of the gifts and talents with which we have been entrusted

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September 11, 2022: Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

‘Joy is the serious business of heaven.’

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September 4, 2022: Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

In prayer, perhaps we can ask for the wisdom to see what we might be holding on to that hinders us from following Jesus

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22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Let us spend some time this week reflecting on how we are forming a loving relationship with God and others in our hearts and in our daily interactions.

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Story

Journals and Letters week 46: God’s flowers

Mother Theodore followed the death announcement with a telling of this young (aged 21) sister’s story. We learn that she lived her faith and her vocation in a most holy and virtuous way, and she approached her death with serenity.

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21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

In prayer this week, perhaps we can consider what words of Jesus are hardest for us to accept. Can we speak honestly with Jesus about them?

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Originally from Philadelphia, Linda had a 25-year career as a navy nurse. She then served as a parish adult faith formation coordinator, an on-call hospital chaplain and a hospice bereavement specialist. A Providence Associate since 2007, Linda lives in San Clemente, California with her husband, Randy, and their 2 cats.