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19th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Lisa Clemmons

August 9, 2020

Here's a true statement that we don’t often admit: We can always depend upon the holiest of people we know to show us the way not to go.  Seriously, if we look at the holiest of people in our faith stories - the prophets of old, the followers ... Read More »

Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Audio

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Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Lisa Clemmons

July 26,2020 You’ve heard the saying and, in fact, probably like me, have said it yourselves, “If you have your health, you’ve got everything.”  And in these days, that saying might take on a whole new level of truth.  But I’m not sure we really believe it. I know ... Read More »

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Audio

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Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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July 19, 2020 This summer of 2020 will always be remembered as COVID Summer.  It has produced volumes of inconveniences and multiple dangers and an abundance of anxieties in our lives.  But in the shadow of all of that, I hope these days have also offered the opportunity to ... Read More »

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Audio

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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted by Lisa Clemmons

July 12, 2020 It all started at the store the other day. Her name was Joy. At least that’s what her name tag said, but she didn’t feel like “joy” that day. For the last eight hours she had been at the cash register and her feet were killing ... Read More »

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Audio

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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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July 5, 2020 In the necessary precautions and sometimes simply the fear of COVID, few among us have not at least experienced some disconnect with others in the past months. The screens of our computers and phones are an anemic substitute for a good hug.  Residents of care facilities ... Read More »