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Speaking to the Soul: That’s All Folks!

So the big question is not if and when we go to God, but how we go to him. Do we go to face heaven’s Judge as indifferent or alienated strangers? Or do we go as faithful children into the arms of our loving Father?

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Speaking to the Soul: Love Works

The metrics of charity are often counted out in time, treasure and talent. But before any of that, there is the unmeasured essential… Love… the precious commodity we have been given by God to put to work every day… glorifying him by serving others.

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Speaking to the Soul: The Great Lover

Mark 12: 28-34

We are well into Mark’s gospel. The end of our liturgical year is near. Jesus is in Jerusalem. And his time for teaching is short. So in case you haven’t been paying attention, Jesus explains the whole meaning of life in two bite-sized lessons: Love God with your whole heart. Love your neighbor as yourself.

Sure we’ve heard the words over and over. But do we live them over and over? Is the message fresh and alive in us… […]

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