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Sunday Readings

Repentance and joy: Friends, not enemies

There's more than "a charming smiling infant in the straw" to consider this season.

Why Advent is a season of discernment

To hear the Lord's voice, various things are needed.

We’re called to embrace a truth the world hates

Advent is most properly a looking-forward, not a looking-back.

Lithuanian strawberries and goat milk and two lessons in generosity

Sometimes those with least to give are the ones most ready to give it

What George Washington — and Jesus — teach us about service

Saying "we can" is a whole lot easier than doing what's really asked. Are we ready?

Downsizing our souls: What’s the “stuff” that keeps us from real life?

Note what kind of riches it is that God loves. Note what wealth he demands that we should store up for children.

Sunday’s readings show Jesus’ antidote to our culture’s illnesses

Our liturgy providentially invites us to reflect on marriage and family, as the bishops in Rome confront the issues facing youth and vocations.

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