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Reflection for the 9th Week in Ordinary Time, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - June 7, 2017 Thursday – Decided in Heaven As our story continues, we see Raphael guiding Tobit's son, Tobiah, on a journey. Along the way, they stop at Sarah's home. Since Sarah's father, Raguel, and Tobit are kinsman, Tobiah and his companion receive a warm welcome. Even more importantly, when Tobiah sees Sarah, something clicks. It's love at first sight, and Tobiah immediately asks Raguel for Sarah's hand in marriage. To his credit, Raguel tells Tobiah what has happened seven ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2017/06/reflection-for-9th-week-in-ordinary_7.html

Good Friday Ecumenical Service FATHER DENNIS - April 14, 2017 ... Dennis Miller and I am the chaplain of Loras College and Clarke University. The fifth word, on which I will reflect with you, is "I thirst", which is a translation of the Greek word "dispao", used 17 times in the New Testament, including the story of the woman at the well in the fourth chapter of this gospel, the gospel of John. I believe that is a deliberate connection done by the gospel writer and I will explain that fuller in just a moment. The Hebrew, Old Testament word ...http://fatherdennis.blogspot.com/2017/04/good-friday-ecumenical-service.html

Reflection on the Solemnity of Saint Joseph BIG C CATHOLICS - March 19, 2017 ... Moses. It is possible however to detect God's will without those extraordinary events happening. One can detect God's voice in the voices of others, especially those closest to us. One can also hear him in the words of Scripture and in the prayers of the Church. One detects God's will in the quiet moments of prayer. Reading one's "gut reaction" to an issue is essential in understanding God's will, for there God speaks. Patience is required as God does not work on a human ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/reflection-on-solemnity-of-saint-joseph.html