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This Week's Priests

This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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Translations can make or break the meaning of a scripture text. But sometimes the differences simply provide more food for thought and fodder for deeper contemplation. Take Psalm 94:13 as read in the current breviary versus the New American Bible. The former seems to imply peace in spite of evil days while the latter suggests an absence from evil days. Arguably, we may feel the first version cited more applicable to the times we find ourselves in. Jesus did not promise earthly peace or rest. He promised he would be with us always. With Jesus, we have His Peace, not the world's peace, even in evil days. #sisterreginacomicstrip ...

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Owensboro, KY. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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Translations can make or break the meaning of a scripture text. But sometimes the differences simply provide more food for thought and fodder for deeper contemplation. Take Psalm 94:13 as read in the current breviary versus the New American Bible. The former seems to imply peace in spite of evil days while the latter suggests an absence from evil days. Arguably, we may feel the first version cited more applicable to the times we find ourselves in. Jesus did not promise earthly peace or rest. He promised he would be with us always. With Jesus, we have His Peace, not the world's peace, even in evil days. #sisterreginacomicstrip ...

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It is our express mission in the Church to sacrifice and pray for priests, especially their sanctification and we do this through Eucharistic adoration. This week you notice there are no nuns in the cartoon. Just a priest kneeling in Chapel with his breviary at a prie-dieu. A little halo pops up and he thanks God for the help he knows he's receiving from the prayers of those invisible nuns. Only in eternity will each soul see all the prayers, sacrifices, and efforts that sustained it through all the trials of life. We all want to get to Heaven, but we also want to bring others with us. We encourage others to do the same. Pray for your priests. Let them know you are praying for them. And thank them for praying for you! #sisterreginacomicstrip ...

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This week from August 2-4, 2022 the Knights of Columbus will celebrate their 140th Supreme Convention in Nashville, TN. Please join us as we pray for the convention and all the Knights participating. We ask that God bless this time of prayer and celebration and may it bear great fruit, especially in the Eucharistic Revival underway in the United States. #sisterreginacomicstrip ...

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You’ve probably seen or heard about Catholics filing into a movie theater and genuflecting at their row of seats. In monasteries, nuns can also get into a routine of picking up visual or physical cues and moving accordingly before realizing what we’re doing. Standing and bowing at the end of chanting a psalm is usually done together. But not always. A sudden move or sound can set off the entire Chapel in a sort of religious wave of standing, bending, and bowing bodies until we can get back in sync. Another example of God’s sense of humor. #sisterreginacomicstrip ...

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Remember man, thou art dust and unto dust thou shall return

Thanks to COVID-19, receiving ashes on Ash Wednesday will, like many other customs we've grown familiar with, be done differently this year, according to safety protocols given by the Holy See.

This can be a good thing: a noticeably altered tangible act that puts us outside our 'old familiar' comfort zone of how we mark the start of Lent. We notice more around us whenever we are uncomfortable. Pay attention. Perhaps, like the virus itself and the heartache and havoc it has wreaked across the globe, we will focus on the same words we will hear regardless of how the ashes are distributed. Dust. Dirt. We come from the earth...humus. Our bodies will return there when we too die. When we acknowledge this, remembering who and what we are, creatures of God and not gods, it humbles us. Then glancing ahead to Easter we also remember who we are, who we belong to, and what we were made for: God and Heaven.

Yes, we will return to dust. But a Loving God is also asking us, yearning for us, to live in such a way amid this earthly dust, that we will live forever in joy with him eternally.

Happy Lent! Repent and Rejoice! Our God is a Merciful God!

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