The Bible Book(s)/Chapter(s) to read each day for week 6: Sunday, July 14 to Saturday, July 20, 2024.

Your gifts, talents can help out in your community

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Bible Book(s)/Chapter(s) to read each day this week.

God is always faithful to His people

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Readings for Week 3: Sunday, June 23 to Saturday, June 29, 2024

God reveals Himself, but remains a mystery

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My mother was an eager learner, but with little patience for pretence. She’d recount her dismay at asking a school teacher about the dogma of the Trinity, only to be shut down by being told: “It’s a mystery,” as if to say: "You can’t ask or learn about this; you must accept it without question." This she could not do, because she loved God. Her mind never gave up but always went further, equally willing to learn from her little children’s questions and from the lectures of her Basilian professors. (She appreciated having studied with professors of the calibre of Fr. Henry Carr). She delighted in learning, listening and talking about the mystery of the Trinity.

The Lord’s presence is with us

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Readings for week 3: Sunday, June 23 to Saturday, June 29, 2024

Testing our patience: what would God do?

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Readings for week 2: Sunday, June 16 to Saturday, June 22, 2024

Let us launch our Biblical journey

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Readings for week 1: Sunday, June 9 to Saturday, June 15, 2024

Which of us is greatest?

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As with the disciples who walked the earth with Jesus, belonging to Him means belonging to each other — and this raises unavoidable questions, from who gets to be in charge, to what to do when somebody starts stealing. Even with Christ at the centre, it’s not easy to be a community.  

Faith in action: hospital ministry

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How would you feel if you found yourself admitted to a hospital and the hospital priest-chaplain came to visit? 

We’re all worthy guests at the Father’s table

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At a Project Rachel retreat, one participant approached a facilitator toward the end of the weekend. “Why?” she asked, incredulous. “Why would someone who’s never had an abortion want to spend their time helping us who have?”

Reflections from ‘Nun arrested at Toronto bank protest’

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I was said nun who was among those arrested at a “pray in” at a downtown Toronto bank.