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Work and Faith: A Reflection for Tuesday after the Labor Day Weekend

During his address to the First Friday Club of Cleveland on Thursday, September 2, Fr. Norman Douglas asked the overwhelmingly lay audience, “Do you think most Catholic laity would agree that The major teaching of the Second Vatican Council regarding the role of the laity was to emphasize that lay people could now get involved Read more ..

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Reflections from Pentecost

Below are the wonderful reflections shared in the bulletin this past weekend for Pentecost! In the Sprit of Communio – reflections for this Pentecost May 23, 2010 These  submissions are unedited – in the text they were sent in to reflect the uniqueness of the people who submitted them. A Taste of St. Malachi’s Second Read more ..

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How Do You Deepen Your Relationship with God?

Did you ever experience something so great you wanted everyone to experience it? For those who have ever had the experience of falling in love – didn’t you want everybody you know to know about it… to know how great the other person is… to experience that feeling-beyond-words too? If you are a parent or Read more ..

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The Risen Jesus in Belief, in Art and in Prayer

Dr. Louise Prochaska taught us the development of the understanding (as if we ever could, really) and the experience of Christ as God and as man, in word, art, and prayer. Below are her notes from the evening. After the notes is a litany I hope you will consider praying. Those who attended the evening Read more ..

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