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  • Solidarity (Week 2)

    by Phil Bloom
  • Community

    by Dan Bollerud
  • Self

    by Dan Bollerud
  • Epiphany 7A (2014)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Body Building

    by Rick Miles
    When young St. Francis knelt before the life-sized crucifix in the little tumble-down chapel of St. Damien in Assisi, he heard God’s voice: “Renew my church.” Francis was not sure what that summons meant. Taking it literally, he set about restoring the badly decayed chapel itself. But as others began to join him in the work, forming a community focused on Christ, and as they together began to reach out to the poor and hungry, Francis began to understand that something far more costly was being asked of him. The renewal of the chapel building was only a symbol of what was supposed to be going on in them and around them. God’s call was for the renewal of the interior life of the people, and through that renewal the reaching out to heal the world. That is our summons today as well...
  • Epiphany 7A (2014)

    by Brian Peterson
  • Epiphany 7A (2014)

    by Wesley White

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