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St. Andrew and the Baptism of Jesus

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St. Andrew and the Baptism of Jesus

Thursday November 30th, 2017 Feast of St. Andrew, Apostle & Martyr In a few days we will begin our 2017 Advent Scripture Study.  Many of us will be using The 4 Simple Steps to Better Scripture Meditations as a guide, journal, and framework for our daily study.  I've used this method for many years and have gained great insight and fruits from it.  I hope you will consider joining us for the study.  Details are below this meditation. Today is the Feast of St. Andrew the Apostle and brother of St. Peter.  In my book Rosary Meditations for Real Life...

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More will be given.

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More will be given.

Monday September 25th Luke 8:16-18 Like most, I struggle with keeping a daily prayer routine. The ways of life, family, and work make excuses readily available. Each day I wrestle with that small yet powerful voice that tells me I am either too busy to pray or that I can put it off until later. After defeating the temptation it seems almost ridiculous that I would even consider not diving into my prayers. But each day brings another struggle and sometimes a victory, but not always. Why is it that I don't want to pray? Why do I resist taking...

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The Serpent and the Cross

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The Serpent and the Cross

Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross John 3:13-17 It seems as though snakes or serpents have gotten a bad rap throughout history, most especially in scripture.  Yet, maybe it is with good reason.  Out of all of God’s land animals it is probably the least like man.  It slithers on the ground without limbs.  It lays eggs and abandons the nest.  It depends on external sources for body heat.  They are very different than us and this may be the reason they have been so maligned. In Genesis the very face of evil is on a serpent.  We...

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