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Companions of the Cross

The reign of life has begun, the tyranny of death is ended.

-Saint Gregory of Nyssa, bishop

 
Eucharistic Adoration

God Cares About You

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He wants to be with us. He is on our side and He is in our midst. There is nothing to be afraid of. He is welcoming us into a deep communion of love.

 
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Mission of the Laity!

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If we Catholics rediscover our mission we will transform the world. 

What is the mission of lay people? There are 4 main areas in which lay people are called to the...

 
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Followers of the Lord

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Pray for the grace to live as followers of the victorious Lord. Live day by day in the knowledge and certainty of his final victory. 

 
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Love, Love, Give, Grow and Go Part 5

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The basic shape of the life of a disciple, 

  1. Love - I love God with all my heart, soul, mind, and strength. 
  2. Love - I love my neighbour as myself. 
  3. ...
 
The Sun Rise

Fix Your Mind on Christ

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From a sermon by Saint Leo the Great, pope

 
Top of Mountain

Jesus is With You Today

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From a sermon by Saint Augustine, bishop

Today our Lord Jesus Christ ascended into heaven; let our hearts ascend with him. Listen to the words of the Apostle: ...

 
Fr. Allan Eucharistic Adoration

A Sign of Jesus' Love for Us

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Eucharistic Adoration has been made present since then to every age of the church down through the centuries as A Sign of Jesus’ love for us.

 
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We Are Made One

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From a commentary on the gospel of John by Saint Cyril of Alexandria, bishop

All who receive the sacred flesh of Christ are united with him as members of his...

 
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All of Us Have Been Chosen by Jesus

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The Gospel today gives us a complete summary of our christian faith from beginning to end.

  1. Jesus chooses you.
  2. Jesus calls you friends.
  3. Jesus asks...