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Thanks Be To God

Tomorrow, as you feast on your turkey or ham, gorge yourself on stuffing and yams, and settle back to watch the Macy parade or the football game of your choice, say a prayer for those who have to be at … Continue reading

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For the Love of Christ

For the Love of Christ Today is the feast of Saints Simon and Jude (the Obscure).  In this morning’s homily, Father said some things which got me thinking. Matthew and Simon were two of Jesus’ Apostles. Two more unlike persons … Continue reading

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Examen Prayer Card (DIY)

Sounds simple enough. examen card (Simple things are always the hardest, however.) And here’s the site I got it from.

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Not To Worry

Joseph Pierce writing at The Imaginative Conservative has words of wisdom for any who tend to despair at the world and its works.

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Clockwork, Like Clockwork

I am most pleased to report Saint John Baptist is reliable as always. First thunderstorm (with the necessary accoutrements of wind and thunder) arrived at 2:30 PM local time. Thanks, Saint Jack.

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Happy Monsoon Season!

Tomorrow, June 24, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Birth of John the Baptist.  Here in Baja (pronounced Ba-Ha) Arizona, we joyfully await the beginning of Monsoon Season as well. I know what you are going to say, monsoons are … Continue reading

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Let Us Pray.

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Liturgy of the Hours at Church

This morning when I went to Mass, there was an interesting thing, a large plastic box, closed, sitting at the end of the main aisle in front. Fifteen minutes before mass was scheduled to start, Father came out and said … Continue reading

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