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Giving Thanks

We belong to Christ, and though the world is violent and dark, Christ has conquered the world.  What, then, do we have to fear?  What greater joy is there than this?

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Feed your neighbor as yourself

We have always been a food-centric faith, and I’m proud of that tradition of hospitality. But I’ve seen a disconnect – a big one – between how we feed ourselves and how we feed “others”.

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Speaking to the Soul: Thanks

Am I missing the point, I wonder? Like one in the crowd surrounding Jesus in today’s Gospel reading, following him about the countryside out of my gratitude for bread and fish, do I lose sight of who the Son of Man really is?

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