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Carl Hétu of CNEWA reflects on how one Syrian refugee's experience of discrimination has brought him closer to Christ. ...read more
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Love beyond all expectation | Word Alive
Dan Moynihan
September 11, 2020
God calls us to love and forgive others in the same way He loves us: beyond our expectations. Read this reflection from Dan Moynihan. ...read more
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The call of the prophet | Word Alive
Sr. Damien Marie Savino, FSE
September 4, 2020
What does it mean to be a prophet? Sr. Damien Marie Savino reflects on the readings for the Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time. ...read more
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Living in the shadow of the cross | Word Alive
Br. Paul Bednarczyk, C.S.C.
August 28, 2020
We all live in the shadow of our crosses, but as Christians we see our crosses as gifts. A reflection for the Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time. ...read more
Who do I say that Jesus is? Do I believe that Jesus is God’s Son, and that this God is a living God? Especially in this year of our Lord 2020? ...read more
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Silent treatment | Word Alive
Clay Imoo
August 14, 2020
What do we do when we feel that God is giving us the "silent treatment"? Clay Imoo reflects on the example of the Canaanite woman in this Sunday's Gospel. ...read more
Our God is a God of great strength and great gentleness. How do we see that truth in our own lives? A reflection for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time. ...read more
At times all we want is to go away, to be alone, and to reconnect with our self. But what do we do when our quiet time is interrupted? A reflection for the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A. ...read more
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Discerning the path of service | Word Alive
Paul Jarzembowski
July 24, 2020
Discernment is that "pearl of great price" in which we discover who we are, why we were made, and what we are to do next. A reflection for the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. ...read more
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More than words | Word Alive
Carissa Douglas
July 17, 2020
In this reflection for the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Carissa Douglas tells a moving story about a time when prayer could not be expressed in words. ...read more