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Speaking to the Soul: Call to Action

As I was reviewing the readings for December 30th, the Feast of Frances-Joseph Gaudet (Educator and Prison Reformer) I was struck by how often God requires a human act before God’s power is loosed in the world.

In the story of the crossing of the Red Sea, God doesn’t act alone to part the waters for the Israelites and then bring the water down upon the Egyptians, God requires that Moses “Stretch out your hand over the sea” (Exodus 14:15 & […]

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