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This goes well with the Acts of the Apostles reflection we posted earlier today.

This goes well with the Acts of the Apostles reflection we posted earlier today."St. Paul’s own conversion is a powerful reminder of how God’s grace can transform even the hardest of hearts. Prayer and working toward conversion must be our first response in the face of evil actions." Open Wide Our Hearts 29. Learn more: www.usccb.org/racism/. ... See MoreSee Less

Todays reading from Acts is on Pauls conversion from one who persecuted to one who is persecuted. Theres much to think about in light of our current situation in this country.

Spread peace, love, faith, and joy wherever you go. Be safe.

Today's reading from Acts is on Paul's conversion from one who persecuted to one who is persecuted. There's much to think about in light of our current situation in this country.

Spread peace, love, faith, and joy wherever you go. Be safe.
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Today, we continue reading the Book of Acts. Philip set a positive witness simply by reading scripture in public. Be a witness today!

Today, we continue reading the Book of Acts. Philip set a positive witness simply by reading scripture in public. Be a witness today! ... See MoreSee Less

The 5th Joyful Mystery- Jesus is lost (and found) in the temple: youtu.be/1uRni9E7cY0 ... See MoreSee Less

Timeline Photos"Racist acts are sinful because they violate justice. They reveal a failure to acknowledge the human dignity of the persons offended, to recognize them as the neighbors Christ calls us to love (Mt 22:39)." Open Wide Our Hearts 63. Learn more: www.usccb.org/racism/. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Acts study continues with the story of Simon the Magician.

Our Acts study continues with the story of Simon the Magician. ... See MoreSee Less

Check out a wonderful way of supporting our deanery school. ... See MoreSee Less

Following Stephens martyrdom, we begin to read about fear and persecution among the early Christian communities. Take some time to read and reflect on this, especially in light of all the persecution and suffering going on in our nation right now.

Following Stephen's martyrdom, we begin to read about fear and persecution among the early Christian communities. Take some time to read and reflect on this, especially in light of all the persecution and suffering going on in our nation right now. ... See MoreSee Less

Timeline PhotosSeven U.S. bishop chairmen of committees within the #USCCB have issued a statement in the wake of the death of #GeorgeFloyd and the protests which have broken out in Minneapolis and in other cities in the U.S.: bit.ly/2XLZEko. ... See MoreSee Less

Slightly longer reflection on Acts... its tough to break up the persecution and martyrdom of Stephen. Hope this provides some food for thought on this beautiful Saturday.Image attachment

Slightly longer reflection on Acts... it's tough to break up the persecution and martyrdom of Stephen. Hope this provides some food for thought on this beautiful Saturday. ... See MoreSee Less

Pentecost bulletin - important news on parish and community 
https://epiphanyofthelord.org/bulletins/

Pentecost bulletin - important news on parish and community
epiphanyofthelord.org/bulletins/
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