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God Continues To Send Us Messengers

In every political campaign there are some workers who receive little notice, but who have a very important job: advance…

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Every Successful Journey Requires A Destination

Here in Michigan we say that there are two seasons of the year: winter, and road construction season. When the…

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Our Unfamiliarity With Kings

One day in 1863, during the height of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln was making one his frequent trips to a hospital for soldiers wounded in battle. As he walked from ward to ward, he offered cheerful and sympathetic words to all the men he saw; the fact that the President of the United […]

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God Entrusts Many Gifts To Us

Once upon a time there was a good and wise king, much loved by his people and truly concerned for their well-being. One day he called together his three daughters and said, “I wish to go off and spend much time in prayer and learn more about God; in my absence, the three of you […]

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My Home Is Just On The Other Side

A couple had been married for over fifty years when the husband passed away from a fatal illness. Their pastor visited the widow a few days after the funeral, and found that, even though she was grieving, she was also filled with peace and joy. “Mrs. Winslow, I’m glad to see you’re holding up so […]

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Living Lives of Love

Once there was a boy in the 3rd grade named Benjamin Dalton–and he was having the worst day of his life. He loved school, and was a good student–but on this particular morning something terrible had happened, something he would never be able to live down, something he was certain would ruin him forever. You […]

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Does Jesus Come First In Our Lives?

Several hundred years ago in England, there was a wealthy couple who owned a large castle and had many servants. Their only daughter was used to being the center of attention, and was in fact a bit spoiled. Just after she turned eighteen, her parents died, and she inherited the family estate. The young woman […]

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Are We Exempt From Divine Justice?

Before the invention of banks, many people hid money and other valuables by burying them. There were once two wealthy brothers who shared the same house; when war broke out, and their town was in danger of being plundered by the enemy, they gathered together all their jewels and coins in a large bag. Then, […]

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A Pro-Life Litany

One Catholic form of prayer is a litany, in which one phrase is repeated over and over again so that those praying it are caught up in the prayer itself. This Pro-Life Litany we’re about to pray combines both general ideas and specific intentions appropriate for us here today. Please repeat: Lord, have mercy . . […]

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A Pro-Life Hymn

PRO-LIFE HYMN (Melody: Humbly We Adore Thee) (1) Father and Creator: Our souls are Your own. For our sins against life, We wish to atone. You cherish each unborn child, And bestow a soul; Help us make a pro-life world Our undying goal. (2) Out of nothing You made All that does exist; On the value of each […]

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