February 16, 2023

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Let Us Pray: The Living Body of Christ

We are, indeed, the living body of Christ, always becoming one in him who is our Lord and salvation.
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Wiktoria Ulma is pictured writing at a table with her oldest daughter, Stasia. Józef and Wiktoria Ulma secretly gave shelter to eight Jews for almost two years in German-occupied Poland, hiding them from the murderous Nazi regime during the Second World War. The Ulmas are on the path to beatification with the Vatican declaring them martyrs Dec. 17, 2022. The Nazis killed the family and the Jews they were sheltering early in the morning March 24, 1944, right before Easter. (OSV NEWS photo/courtesy Polish Institute of National Remembrance)

Polish family murdered by Nazis along with Jews they hid to be beatified Sept. 10

Urszula Niemczak keeps a regular schedule. At least twice a week she carefully checks whether winter decorations or fresh flowers growing in the summer on a historical gravesite of Józef and Wiktoria Ulma and their children look good and are ...
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God Moving toward Us

Reflect Sister Ilia Delio, OSF, writes: “We move toward God because God has first moved toward us—this is the Franciscan path of prayer.” Pray God, it brings reliefto know you will always meet memore than halfway.That I don’t have to strive ...
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‘Who are you, God, and who am I?’

For St. Francis, this search for himself began and ended by asking the only one whose opinion mattered: Jesus.
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