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The Power of Prayer

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly,” John 10:10. Of this I believe; of this I have seen. I have seen the way the enemy is…

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Jesus the Betrayed Bridegroom

I’ve written these reflections on the sorrowful mysteries of the Rosary for those of us who have been wounded by betrayal. Anyone with whom we have allowed ourselves to be vulnerable, trusted or loved has the power to betray us.…

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“I am waiting like the desert for Your rain; I am bracing like the shoreline for Your waves, Your calming waves; When You move, I can’t recover; I get wrecked when I rediscover more. When You speak, I see new…

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Light in the Darkness

“I feel like I’m in hell.” During times of intense suffering, it is not uncommon to hear someone relate their experience to being in hell. In fact, I hear it said often in the course of ministry to those recovering…

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A Slow Love Story

As I have come to understand, everything about God works slowly. His promptings are quiet, His movements are precise and my journey into the heart of Christ, in looking back, has been moving at a snail’s pace. In today’s whirlwind…

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Gregorian Chant Rosary

Want to elevate your prayer life? Thanks to YouTube’s algorithm, I’ve discovered Gregorian Chant Rosary and it is in a word, divine. Gregorian Chant is sacred music sung in Latin (or less often Greek) and emerged in the 9th and…

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You’re Not Doing It Wrong

“I don’t hear Jesus. I ask Him questions and I just get silence. What am I doing wrong?” “Everyone else hears Him, there must be something wrong with me.” “He doesn’t talk to me the way He talks to you.…

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