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Planting Seeds of Love

On 24 March 1980 Archbishop Óscar Romero was assassinated while celebrating Mass at the Divina Providencia Chapel in San Salvador. Working tirelessly on behalf of justice, he planted sacrificial seeds of love in El Salvador that resound around the world. … Continue reading

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Clay Pots: Masterpieces of Divine Art

“Promise me you’ll never forget that you aren’t an accident or an incident… you are a gift to the world, a divine work of art, signed by God.” Max Lucado The other day I had a bit of a revelation. … Continue reading

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WE ARE NOT ALONE!

The past year has been filled with challenges of all shapes and sizes. For many it has been a lonely season with quarantines and so much of daily life canceled or “zoomed.” While vaccinations are increasing worldwide, many of us … Continue reading

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EVERLASTING LOVE!

Our Gospel reading for today includes one of the most familiar verses in Christendom. We hear it, say it, and memorize it – but do we follow up with the verse after? “For God so loved the world that He … Continue reading

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Growing Internal Revolution(s)

On this Lenten Saturday here’s something to contemplate: what kind of seeds are we sowing in our hearts and lives? Every day we face a choice to revolutionize ourselves, to let God have a go at our hearts before we … Continue reading

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Responding to Love

There is so much loss in our world and hearts to grieve over these days. Not just loss of loved ones who have died, but also loss of relationships that hurt like fire when someone leaves. On this Lenten Friday, … Continue reading

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Together We Are Better!

Just a few quickie thoughts today about togetherness. Sometimes we go at it alone when together we could do so much better. Together in the most inclusive sense of the word. Think of how much fun God must have had … Continue reading

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FORGIVING OTHERS (more than once!)

“Forgiveness is the key that unlocks the door of resentment and the handcuffs of hatred. It is a power that breaks the chains of bitterness and the shackles of selfishness.” Corrie ten Boom Forgiveness is one of those hard things Christ … Continue reading

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March Memories: Papa! Mama! Papa & Mama!

March is a month of precious memories for our family – the March 8th memorial of Papa’s passing, Mama’s March 15th birthday, and their March 17th anniversary. Papa & Mama on their 50th Anniversary Every day I thank God for … Continue reading

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A Blessing of Tenderness

This morning after squeezing out the last few squirts of a favorite lotion, the mangled container looked a bit worse for wear. Who am I kidding? It looked downright sad, worn out, with nothing left to give… It reminded me … Continue reading

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