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Upon our Arrival

Weekly Reflections
There is a story of General Stonewall Jackson and his sister crossing a treacherous torrent just below the mighty Niagara Falls. It is said that when the violent current began…
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Joy-filled

Weekly Reflections
The 18th century Austrian composer, Joseph Haydn, was once asked why his church music was so cheerful and he replied: “When I think upon God, my heart is so full…
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Rejoicing

Weekly Reflections
There is one among you whom you do not recognize. I do not know about you, but I find troubling this sentence of John the Baptist. There is One among…
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Advent is Upon Us

Weekly Reflections
Our Gospel passage (Mark 13:33-37) for this First Sunday of Advent reminds me of my dad and his job as cabinetmaker. In his capacity as senior cabinetmaker, once a month…
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Re: Kingship

Weekly Reflections
The readings for the feast of Christ the King teach us two things about kingship. First, the king is the sovereign ruler and second, the king is charged with the…
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