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RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY: NO ROOM FOR EXCLUSION

Hospitality is at the heart and core of what the Church is called to be and to do.  Hospitality is where all of theory is placed into practice.  To see Christ in my neighbor and to be Christ to my neighbor is the high calling to which we are drawn as resurrection people Hospitality is […]

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UPCOMING BLOGS: A SERIES ON RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY

April 14: cialisfrance24.com RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY;   TABLE FELLOWSHIP DOWN BY THE SEASIDE April 21: RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY:  ACTIVE RECONCILIATION April 28: RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY:  ACCOMPANIMENT ON THE JOURNEY May 6:  RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY:  FULLY CONNECTED May 13: RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY:  LOVE RADICALLY May 20: RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY:  RADICAL JOY May 27: RADICAL EASTER HOSPITALITY:  EXPLOSIVE […]

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GROUP SPIRITUAL DIRECTION: Issues of Aging

Dr. Steve Arnold  former chaplain at St. Anthony Health Center and Chandler Place Assisted Living, and, Spiritual Director through  Pivot Point Ministries (pivotpointministries.org),  would like to offer a Group Spiritual Direction opportunity, concentrating on transitions of aging.  The group, for those 50 and older, will focus on listening prayer.  Each session will be two hours http://www.cialispharmaciefr24.com/cialis-fiable-sur-internet/ in length, and viagra […]

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Easter Feast: Victorious Living

As the liturgy leads us to proclaim, “This is the Feast of victory for our God.”  Sin, death and the power of Satan have been defeated.  We are invited to live as victorious people.  We are invited to lead the abundant life. We no longer live as people who have no hope.  Each day is […]

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Fasting: From Foolishness

In the movie, “Sixth Sense,” the young boy says, “I see dead people and they don’t even know they are dead.”  I saw a poster that picks up on this theme and it says, “I see stupid people and they don’t even know they are stupid. Like beauty, stupid is in the eye of the […]

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