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Sunday Readings

Aleteia’s Sunday Homily: The announcement of the announcer

God the Father’s providential plan for the sending of his only Son into the world includes the sending of John the Baptist.

Aleteia’s Sunday Homily: Advent is for reaching to the heights

Pier Giorgio Frassati and the whole Church are inviting us: Let us run forth to meet Christ!

How saints permanently change the world

This Sunday we can consider what discipleship looks like, and what we need to do in our own lives.

Is this vice keeping your SOUL from relaxing?

This Sunday provides us a good reflection for our personal lives and our nations

This Sunday will teach us how to stop being control freaks

We don't need to badger God, but we do need the attitudes and virtues that lead us to ask Him for our needs.

Are you paying attention to Jesus? This Sunday’s readings talk about how

When tasks get priority, stress and anxiety are quick to come in, too.

The lesson to draw from saints sent in pairs

And what we can learn about the original Greek of the word "evangelization"

Since Christ’s only hands are yours, now what?

We are given the privilege to share in God’s work of creating a more beautiful, more sane, and more sacred world. 

Jesus is commanding you too: Feed them!

Perhaps Mr. Blue might help us understand that the Eucharist has power.

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