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Summit reflection video for the 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time with Lauren McParlane.
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by Lisa Fahey
During this week in which we celebrate the new year, I often begin to ponder over the events of the past year and maybe you do too. How did another year go by? What went well? What did not go so well? What will the upcoming months bring? We begin to […]
by Amanda Grubbs
Some days I wake up and just wonder, “God, what are you doing?” Each day I am filled with so many different emotions of loving my job, feeling called to work in ministry, and at the same time only wanting to be a wife and mom. In one single moment, […]
by Jurell Sison
Do you remember Fonzie? From Happy Days? He was my hero as a child. He had awesome hair and a strong personality that showed he was calm, yet always in charge.
I’ll always remember the way he carried himself, from his shiny leather jacket, to the way he turned on the juke box by pounding it just right with his fist. Fonzie was the poster child for what seemed to be a perfect life. Any fears or insecurities he had were safely masked beneath the hard surface of his gelled hair and his Harley.
by Perry Rihl
I was forced to ask myself, does my pastor know I’m Catholic? What about the rest the staff? If someone walked in off the street, knowing nothing about the Catholic faith or what all those crosses and stained glass stand for, would they think that this was anything but just another office?