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A Breath of Revival

We often find ourselves reflecting on the fear of the disciples in the upper room, but that is not the only part of the Pentecost story.

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May We Never Forget

Often we find ourselves praying to God for things we need, the healing we may seek, or encountering peace in various forms. Part of that praying should also include thanksgiving to a God who not only hears us but resides with us.

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Forces of Liberation

Archbishop Oscar Romero was known for his striking homilies that were broadcasted on the radio in El Salvador. He often highlighted the plight of the poor and the marginalized.

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Abide with Me

Jesus knows what it feels like to be abandoned, to be cast out by friends, to be left alone to pick up the pieces. He knows this all too well, having experienced this deep wound of abandonment.

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Rivers of Justice

Dorothy Day was a social activist, pacifist, Catholic worker, and peacemaker. She lived at a time that reflected social injustice against others, and she actively refused to fade into all the noise.

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Come Alive, Dry Bones!

Picturing the prophet Ezekiel prophesying and watching a valley of dry bones come back to life is a compelling image (Ezekiel 37:1–14).

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