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May I live in faithful communion with the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church—the holy Bride who is one in flesh with Christ Himself (CCC 796).

Scripture begins and ends with a marriage and is centered around the marriage of God to His people. This is foundational to understanding our relationship with Christ and His Kingdom in the New Covenant. The enemies of Christ and His Church make war on the family to undermine the world’s understanding of covenant and further…

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Lord, as You rose in glory from the tomb, You raise me to new life through Baptism. Help me live out the promises of my baptism in service to You and Your holy Kingdom.

Christ has risen from the dead! The Resurrection of Jesus is the crowning truth of our faith in Christ, a faith believed and lived as the central truth by the first Christian community… (CCC 638). He who embraced the simple and confounded the wise suffered for the sins of all and conquered death itself. All…

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Everyone is called to enter the Kingdom (CCC 543). The Kingdom is here and now where God’s will is done. May I live to serve now and patiently await the everlasting joy to come.

Everyone is called to enter the Kingdom (CCC 543). The Kingdom is here and now where God’s will is done. May I live to serve now and patiently await the everlasting joy to come. No one is excluded from our Lord’s invitation to the Kingdom. Not the rich—who find it difficult (Luke 18:25). Not the…

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Todays Reflection

The Sorrowful mysteries

The Sorrowful Mysteries are the greatest love story ever told. No man has greater love than to die for his friends ( John 15:13 )... how much greater the love when dying for his torturers! What is love if not self-denial for someone else? What is self-denial without sacrifice? Christ was crucified, died, and was buried for us while we were yet sinners. He suffered a death we deserve. Sinless Himself, He took on our shame and bore it in His flesh. We are called to take up our crosses and follow His example of sacrificial love.

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