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Author: Joan McKamey

January 28—February 3 is Catholic Schools Week in the US. The theme of this week is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” Celebrate what makes your Catholic school special and […]
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Sunday’s Gospel tells us that Jesus taught with “authority.” You may be thinking, “Well, of course, Jesus is God, so he would teach with authority.” While we’re not fully human […]
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With the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision (1/22/1973) that led to the legalization of abortion in the United States, Catholics gather every January to pray for the unborn […]
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Responding to the sin of racism is part of the call of every Christian. It’s based in Jesus’ Great Commandment: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your […]
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January is Poverty Awareness Month. While we may feel the pinch of January credit card bills for our Christmas shopping, most of us have little real idea of being poor. […]
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In Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus calls his first Apostles. I think there must be something meaningful in the fact that they were fishermen. These men didn’t simply enjoy fishing as a […]
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A lot happens in the eight verses of Sunday’s Gospel: John the Baptist points out Jesus as the “Lamb of God,” two of John’s disciples follow Jesus and spend time […]
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John 1:35–42 In this Sunday’s Gospel, John the Baptist points to Jesus as “the Lamb of God.” The Gospel also tells of the call of the first disciples. The story […]
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A lot happens in the eight verses of Sunday’s Gospel: John the Baptist points out Jesus as the “Lamb of God,” two of John’s disciples follow Jesus and spend time […]
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What can I give Him, poor as I am? If I were a shepherd, I would bring a lamb; If I were a Wise Man, I would do my part; […]
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