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Let God help you have a Happy New Year!

Depending on the climate, a year is composed of four seasons, often three, sometimes even less. The day that is chosen to make the year ‘new’ is arbitrary and cultural. However, that is not meant to say, necessarily, that is

Are You Struggling to Find Faith?

      Faith! Faith? Faith can be a struggle whether the struggle is intellectual or based on hard life experiences or withering losses. How can we find faith, and in finding faith, also find ourselves in a better story?

Are You asking “Right Questions” To Find Your Purpose?

“WHAT SHOULD I do with my life?” Today, many of us are asking this question, but consider this: Do you realise that it is okay to ask God for advice on any area of your life? James 1:5 NLT, says,

1 More Day ‘Til Christmas, Is This A Time of Uncertainty For You?

In times of uncertainty people want visionary leaders. But what if God’s good plan For You is a period of sustained uncertainty? What if God wants you to trust Him moment by moment and day by day instead of having

If God is making You wait,He has reasons!

Last week, I gave an Advent Recollection to Assumption HS Class ’62. The theme of the recollection was “waiting.” One of the points I shared was from the homily of Fr. James P. Donelan, SJ, “The Sacrament of Waiting.” Donelan

Ever Felt like a Misfit? God has A Plan For You!

God said it to Samuel as he looked among Jesse’s boys for Israel’s next king: The Lord does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart (1

God may Bless America if you pray!

Have you ever heard the phrase “God Bless America”? No truer words have ever been said, because we all really do need God to bless America. The phrase “God Bless America” is often said in general and almost always relating

Spring Restores Hope!

Everyone loves spring. It’s the season which awakens our senses with its exquisite colors, transporting fragrances, bird whistles, chirps and additional daylight. Spring’s breathtaking beauty doesn’t just elevate our mood, it restores our hope. Here’s how. For kids hope is

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