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Jesus tells us many times not to be anxious, to worry about “what you eat, what you are to wear.” He is calling for a deeper level of faith and trust. If we could really see that the world and everything in it is truly dependent on God, that anxiety......


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The world of the first Christians had many of the characteristics of modern western society, what the novelist Walker Percy called “corrupt and boring.” Into that world, and into our society, the message of the Gospel comes as light, life and hope. Young people who are truly seeking the good,......


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Once again, thanks to your generosity, we have been able to help a family start a small business in Damascus, Syria. Through our collaboration with Archbishop Nicolas, the Melkite bishop in Damascus, we are helping Mr and Mrs Elie Doummar start a small candle-making business, both for the needs of......


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Even if unofficially, we are in the Octave of Pentecost, still pondering the gifts and fruits of the Spirit. Our Christian life is about getting our words and actions to coordinate - to “talk the talk” and “walk the walk!” We need the Holy Spirit, with His gifts, to give......


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Pentecost Sunday, often called the “birth of the Church” is not an end, but a beginning. Unlike some believers Paul encounters, who have “never heard of the Holy Spirit,” we have been empowered to heal and strengthen others with what we have received. Our light is only reflected light; it......


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