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January 17: Renewing Hope

In the Letter to the Hebrews (chapter 6), the author says that our hope is “an anchor of the soul, sure and firm, which reaches into the interior behind the veil, where Jesus has entered on our behalf as forerunner,

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January 16: MLK / A National Day of Service / Día Nacional de Servicio

As people across the United States remember and honor the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. today, his struggle for justice and the dangers it entailed, it provides us with a reminder that the work of God’s people has

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15 de enero: El Día del Señor

Un periodista le preguntó a la Madre Teresa: “Madre, ¿no le molesta la fama de santa que despierta en todas partes?” Ella respondió: “No, ¿por qué habría que molestarme? Para mí es un deber luchar por la santidad como para

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January 15: The Day of the Lord

“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” St. (Mother) Theresa of Calcutta

When St. John the Baptist pointed to Jesus and proclaimed, “Behold the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin

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January 14-15: Preparing to Celebrate Sunday’s Mass

As we prepare to celebrate the Second Sunday of the Church’s Year, here is an interesting fact about the Gospel writers (all four of them): they would have been familiar with a technique in Greek drama that provided the spectators

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14-15 de enero: Preparándonos para Celebrar la Misa Dominical

Cristo Jesús, que es siempre el centro de nuestras celebraciones, nos aparece hoy (el segundo domingo del Tiempo Ordinario) con estos títulos: “el Enviado de Dios, el Mesías, el Siervo, el Hijo de Dios, el Amado y Preferido del

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January 13: Open to Healing

Mark, 2, 1-12 recounts the compelling story of the day, early in His public life, that Jesus performed a miracle for a paralytic. Jesus had returned to Capernaum and St. Mark tells us that there were so many people gathered

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13 de enero: Dando Señales

En la Biblia, a los milagros se les llaman “signos.” Son (como la curación del paralítico en Marcos 2, 1-12)  manifestaciones visibles de que algo importante ha ocurrido en el interior de la persona. En Marcos 2, el paralítico

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12 de enero: Adoración

Adoración Eucarística es adorar a la divina Presencia Real de Jesucristo, Dios y hombre verdadero, en la Eucaristía.

Jesucristo, al comer la Pascua judía con los suyos, aquella noche en la que iba a ser entregado, tomó pan en sus

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January 12: Adoration

Whether as a private prayer or shared with others, but still in quiet contemplation, the practice of Eucharistic Adoration invites us to pray in the presence of Jesus Christ under His appearance in the consecrated Host.

During Adoration, you

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