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Sunday Lessons

There are 2 ways to look at time. This Sunday shows us both

Almost nothing you do truly matters. Except to the Creator of the entire universe.

This Sunday, meet the angry and gentle God as Advent begins

Jesus warns us not to get caught up in “the anxieties of daily life” — exactly when we spend days anxiously caught up in Christmas preparations.

Following Robin Hood: Join the band of the ‘Absent King’ this Sunday

What good is Christ’s kingship if the world looks like that? Let Mother Teresa tell us

Sunday’s Mass reveals our one escape from certain destruction

If Jesus' words in the Gospel came from almost anyone else, we would consider them unhinged.

The widow of Sunday’s Gospel had at least 3 reasons to keep her money. Here’s why she didn’t

And why we should follow her example, even if those same 3 reasons still might apply to us ...

A heart-soul-mind-strength kinda love: How do we get to that?

It takes being open to grace, and some effort on our part. But it is the reason we exist, and everything we long for ...

Only shameless love erases shame

Are we still holding on to our own world, even as the creator of the world passes by?

Jesus’ perfect answer to a stupid question

Luckily for us, Our Lord is okay with our stupidity.

The dream you vs the real you, and which one is headed to Heaven

Our dream of being Jesus’ special friend has been pushed away too often by another dream.

How happy marriages got that way

To say that the Church’s teaching on marriage has caused more happiness than sorrow is an understatement.

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