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Contributed on Feb 24, 2024
Easter is revealed in returning to gardens!
Archaeology has discovered during the time of Christ planting pots with pollen in them, which tends to be well preserved in arid environments. These growing pots were then transferred to gardens.1 Easter is revealed in returning to gardens! 1. The meaning of paradise is a garden, from the Latin ...read more
Contributed on Feb 17, 2024
At the end of the story, only one trust remains: the trust of the one who handed over himself—literally and sacramentally- for us
In the book Regarding the Pain of Others, the author, Susan Sontag, concludes that seeing news articles and images of war and suffering is necessary so we know what is happening, but it puts us in a position as either "spectator" or "coward," and that both positions are ...read more
Contributed on Feb 15, 2024
A Christian is obliged to let go, to put himself into hands that are not his own of letting oneself go into the hands of God.
Wheat is associated with being sewn in the ground, buried, geminating and then springing up for bread to feed multitudes. These are all symbols of Christ’s passion, death, resurrection, and communion with his Body, the Church with Jesus, saved in his Sacrifice at Calvary. The seed has to be buried ...read more
Contributed on Feb 4, 2024
Pop is short for popular and John 3:16 in our Gospel is thee pop verse of all time
A pastor was trying to explain to a little Sunday school student that God is calling people everywhere in the world to believe in him. "God is much bigger than we imagine him to be and God can use all of us in lots of different ways to do his work everywhere," the pastor said. "God ...read more
Contributed on Jan 30, 2024
“What if Jesus made a whip out of cords, knotted them with the Ten Commandments. What would he clear out of you?
There were two kids looking at the Ten Commandments at Sunday school and one of them says, “Seems like there’s a lot more things my parents won’t let me do than these.” Let’s clean up some misunderstandings of some of the specific commandments-- 1.As part of the First Commandment: “You shall ...read more
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Contributed on Dec 9, 2017