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In different tongues | Word Alive
Carissa Douglas
May 21, 2021
At Pentecost, the apostles received a gift which enabled them to cross linguistic boundaries and penetrate hearts. Carissa Douglas reflects. ...read more
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Inhale before exhale | Word Alive
Susan HooKong-Taylor
May 14, 2021
Susan HooKong-Taylor reflects on Jesus' Ascension into heaven: what it meant for the apostles then and what it means for us today. ...read more
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Going beyond ourselves | Word Alive
Paul Jarzembowski
May 7, 2021
Perhaps now more than ever, we need to be called by the Lord to a sense of renewed solidarity despite the obstacles that face us today. ...read more
In this Sunday's Gospel, Jesus says, "Apart from me you can do nothing." How do we understand this and what it means for our lives? ...read more
Jesus the Good Shepherd teaches us by his example how to be trustworthy leaders in our own circumstances. What might that mean for you? ...read more
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The stories we tell | Word Alive
Patrick Sullivan
April 16, 2021
The stories we tell help us make sense of our lives, and as Christians, we must tell our stories in the light and truth of Easter morning. ...read more
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Mercy is the antidote we need | Word Alive
Deacon Eric Gurash
April 9, 2021
As Jesus showed love and mercy to the disciples who had abandoned him, so we, as Christians, are called to share that love and mercy with others. ...read more
We all come to faith in so many different ways. But finding the Risen Jesus is not mission accomplished; it is just the start of our mission. ...read more
How can we build each other up? Palm crosses folded years ago with Grandmother give Caustan De Riggs food for meditation this Palm Sunday. ...read more
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Why do we go to church? | Word Alive
Damian Costello
March 19, 2021
Damian Costello reflects on how Indigenous traditions, like the Lakota Sun Dance, have informed his own understanding of why we go to church. ...read more