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Drinking the Cup

I must have read this Gospel passage from Mark 10 numerous times in my life but only today did a line jump out at me that I did not recognize. Odd how that happens with the Gospel. Mark 10:32 says … Continue reading

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You Are Light

Sometimes the way light catches something mesmerizes me. I watch how something sparkles or changes colour and wonder if that is how God’s Light influences me. Today’s Second Reading from Ephesians 5 encourages us: You are light. Live as children … Continue reading

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Embrace Empathy

In our hands we hold fragile feelings some days. The emotions can get crushed in the wrong hands. I have been counting my blessings these weeks and months that I am surrounded by caring and gentle friends. I am well … Continue reading

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Never Thirsty

We are a thirsty people without buckets some days. Today, International Women’s Day, has me focusing on the alternate readings for the First Scrutiny, this third Sunday of Lent. I am remembering my trips to Kenya and DR Congo where … Continue reading

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What’s Your Measure?

In today’s Gospel, Jesus is teaching his disciples. Be merciful–as God is merciful.  Don’t judge–and you won’t be judged.  Don’t condemn–you’ll escape condemnation.  Forgive–you’ll be forgiven.  Give–you’ll receive.  The measure you give is the measure you’ll be given back. Press … Continue reading

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