Monthly Archives: January 2010

A Prayer to Make a Difference

I saw this prayer by Archbishop Daniel M. Buechlein in our Archdiocesan newspaper, The Criterion, and thought it was worth sharing… O Lord, help me know your will for me.  Let your light shine in the depth of my heart … Continue reading

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Lukewarm

“I know your works; you are neither cold nor hot.  I wish that you were either cold or hot.  So, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I am about to spit you out of my mouth.”  Rev. … Continue reading

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Setting Goals for the Kingdom

Well, we’re half-way through the month of January, and it seems like a good time to ask…  What were your New Year’s Resolutions?  How are they coming along? I must confess that I’ve never been a big fan of New … Continue reading

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Christ-Like

In his homily yesterday, our deacon spoke of two people he has met who seemed to personify Christ.   His reflection got me thinking about who has been most Christ-like in my life.   The first thing that comes to mind is my children.  … Continue reading

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Quiet Desperation

Henry David Thoreau states in his book, Walden, that “the mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.”  I recently spent time really thinking about this… am I leading a life of quiet desperation?  Looking at my own life very … Continue reading

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