Peter’s Denial

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The story of Peter’s denying he was a friend of the Lord, out of fear he would suffer the same fate of crucifixion, tells us a great deal about the Christian life. However, a fuller … Read More

Good Christian Aging

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The latest U.S. census shows that the population of this country is aging. In fact, each one of us are older today then we were yesterday…and each of us is younger today then we will … Read More

The Ten Commandments and Joy

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Throughout the Scriptures the Lord tells his disciples that they need to follow the Ten Commandments. Further, the Lord is clear that the highest and greatest commandment is to love our neighbors as ourselves. In … Read More

Acknowledgements

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Dear sisters and brothers, I am writing this Bread to Offer on June 12th, the evening of the day in which a mass shooting took place in a nightclub in Orlando, Florida. This horrific act … Read More

Stewardship Review

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We have been given the great gift of salvation through Jesus our Lord. He prayed for us; he took upon himself our human condition; and he humbled himself in order to experience everything we experience … Read More

The Joy of Love

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Dear Sisters and Brothers, on Friday, April 8th, Pope Francis released his apostolic exhortation “The Joy of Love.” As with all papal exhortations and encyclicals, the title comes from the first words of the document: … Read More

Saint Giana Beretta Molla

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Gianna Francesca Beretta was born in Magenta, Italy on October 4, 1922. She was the tenth of thirteen children in her family, only nine of whom survived to adulthood. When she was three, her family … Read More