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Everything Belongs to God

Between June 1942 and February 1943, a small group of students at the University of Munich decided the time had come for them to speak out against the Nazi regime. Among the members were Catholics, Lutherans, the son of a … Continue reading

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Outrageous Mercy

There’s a saying in the study of the Bible that a text without context becomes a pretext. In other words, if you just pluck some words out of Scripture without understanding or referencing what surrounds them, you can make them … Continue reading

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We Are a Pilgrim People

How many of you are intrigued by your family history? Several years ago I became hooked on genealogy. When I was out of work I kept sane by researching my family history. Since then I have built a tree of … Continue reading

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Are You Wheat or Weed?

Today’s gospel reading relates parables Jesus told about the Kingdom of Heaven. When we say the Kingdom of Heaven, or the Kingdom of God, as you know we are not talking about where we go when we die. The Kingdom … Continue reading

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Love in Community

Do you know who Dorothy Day was? She was a radical socialist who became a Catholic; she always kept her passion for the poor and her distrust of authority throughout her life. She died in 1982. She was always betting … Continue reading

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