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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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Our Saints, Ourselves

“I’m no saint, ” we may tell ourselves. But stories of the saints show us that we, too, are capable of extraordinary faith, courage, and love.

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There Is One Who Loves All of Me

Sometimes we feel as if we will never be good enough to be loved fully by those around us–or by God– because shame creeps in and tells us only parts of us are good. After creating humankind God proclaims that this is very good.

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A Place at the Table

Sometimes our faith can feel isolating. We can feel tension, anger, and sadness for the ways in which the Church may have hurt us or someone we love.

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When It Feels Like No One Is Listening

The promise of Jesus is that he knows the loneliness that all humans know, and experienced it through his Incarnation. Make time to do something for yourself today that brings you joy.

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