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Ash Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned. Psalm 51 
This week we leave the season of ordinary time, where Jesus asks us to “remove the wooden beam from your eye first; then you will see clearly…” (Lk 6:42) This is a perfect entrée to Ash Wednesday and the Lenten Season.   […]

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Love transforms one into what one loves.

I came across of reference to faith, hope, and love being referred to as the “three divine sisters.” What an image – three beautiful sisters joined together, holding hands, dancing in a circle. I questioned, if the greatest of these “sisters” is love, what happens to faith and hope? Faith and hope are always there, helping love to grow. Isn’t it God’s grace, though, that shows us that Christ’s love is the greatest gift? Faith and hope bring us to love, which is forever. […]

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An Epiphany School Blessing

On the Feast of the Epiphany we ask for God’s blessing on St. Catherine of Siena Academy, on those who teach here, learn here, or visit our school. This year we chalked the doors at four different entrances as an invitation to Jesus to be a daily guest in our school, our comings and goings, our conversations, our studying, work, and play, our joys and sorrows. […]

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