Tag: Scriptures

Why does God choose to heal some but not others?

Why does God choose to heal some but not others?

| Deacon Michael Barsness | June 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Why does God heal some but not others? This is a perturbing question that many might ask when considering the readings for this weekend. Many do not receive the miracles they are looking for; yet, some do.

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Blooming in the ‘springtime’ of Lent

Blooming in the ‘springtime’ of Lent

| Deacon James Peterson | February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

While the season of spring is still a few weeks away in the eyes of the world, as Catholic Christians we already entered into our own springtime on Ash Wednesday.

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God speaks to us in many ways as we seek to discern his will

God speaks to us in many ways as we seek to discern his will

| Deacon Andrew Jaspers | January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

In this Sunday’s epistle and Gospel reading, we are taught about the gift of discernment of spirits.

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Blind beggar gains more than sight

Blind beggar gains more than sight

| Deacon Adam Hamness | October 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Have you heard some Gospel passages so many times that you are tempted to wonder if there is anything that can bring them to life again?

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Working to reach our true potential as Catholics

Working to reach our true potential as Catholics

| Deacon Jake Greiner | September 26, 2012 | 1 Comment

We spend a lot of time thinking and talking about the future. We look at our gifts and abilities, reflect on our experiences and try to think what is truly possible. In other words, we look at the present in order to understand what the future may hold — what our true potential may be.

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What does it take to cultivate a spirituality of stewardship?

What does it take to cultivate a spirituality of stewardship?

| September 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

To get at the spiritual root of something is to go back to its original reality — in this case, to discover the essence of stewardship. Catholic spirituality has real meaning in our lives and the lives of others because we connect to the source of that meaning, Jesus Christ and his church.

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Let’s not squander sacred stories given to us

Let’s not squander sacred stories given to us

| Father William Graham | February 1, 2011 | 0 Comments

I went to a Catholic school where everyone went to daily Mass. As the priest read the appointed Scriptures in Latin, we did our best to follow the English translation in the “Saint Joseph Daily Missal.”

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