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Author: Joan McKamey

Happy Easter! Saint Augustine said: “We are an Easter people and ‘Alleluia’ is our song!” I have loved that quotation since I first heard it years ago. It helps me […]
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The two Gospels for this day—the only Sunday of the Liturgical Year when two Gospels are proclaimed—begin with Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem amid cries of “Hosanna! Blessed is he who […]
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Planning ahead? Find resources for March 25th here. With this Sunday’s lesson, we begin Unit 4 of this year’s Pflaum Gospel Weeklies Faith Formation Program. We also move closer to […]
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As we prepare for the final Sunday in Unit 3 of the Gospel Weeklies, we note that it’s also Laetare Sunday. Much like Gaudete Sunday in Advent, Laetare Sunday is […]
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Why is it difficult for many of us to think of Jesus feeling and displaying anger? Do we believe he had human emotions but, in our minds, limit him to […]
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Pope Francis invites us to join him on Friday, February 23 to observe a Day of Prayer and Fasting for peace in war-torn countries, particularly South Sudan and the Democratic […]
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“This is my beloved Son. Listen to him.” These are God the Father’s words about Jesus at the Transfiguration. God speaks in the imperative, making his words a command. Do […]
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  Find Lenten activities at the end of this reflection. Find Lessons for RCIA Scrutinies here. This Sunday’s Gospel begins with “The Spirit drove Jesus into the desert.” I find […]
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As we approach the beginning of Lent, reflecting on this Sunday’s Gospel about the leper who wishes to be made clean is good preparation for us. We may ask ourselves: […]
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The Gospel of Mark portrays Jesus as a man of action, a man on the move. In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus has left the synagogue where he had taught and […]
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