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2021 Nativity Message

“Be still, and know that I am God”, the Psalmist writes (46:10). Let us create the necessary space that will allow God to enter in to.

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Have you ever seen a miracle? A real one? In today’s Gospel reading, we hear about a great miracle that Christ did for some people who were suffering. Ten men had an awful skin disease called leprosy. They were suffering, so they asked Christ to h...

What is ‘remembrance of death’ and what does it mean for us?
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