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  • Lectio Divina, Fourth Sunday of Easter April 21, 2024
    April 18, 2024

    Lectio Divina, Fourth Sunday of Easter April 21, 2024

    There is no passion greater than the love of the one willing to lay down his life for the ones he loves. The world may claim that romantic love is the strongest, and it could be if it’s sacrificial like Christ’s love for us. But let’s not forget the way God loves us. Take some time to think of the ways God has loved you like a good shepherd in your life. It’s easy to remember how he sacrificed himself on the Cross for our sins, but there are probably other ways he has laid down particular things just for you and me in our own lives. Think of how the Church, his Body, has been there for you and me. What about the faithful loved ones in our lives? What have they sacrificed to bring us closer to Christ? All of these ways, great or small, are ways the good shepherd seeks out and protects his lost or endangered sheep.

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  • Lectio Divina, Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion, March 24, 2024
    March 21, 2024

    Lectio Divina, Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion, March 24, 2024

    The world grew dark when Jesus died. It was perhaps the most important moment in all of history, and it was probably also one of the quietest. After all, the God who created everything had just breathed his dying breath. Contemplate how God can speak profoundly even in the darkest moments, even in complete silence. Darkness can also be of a spiritual nature, when we lose sight of God in the midst of the boring monotony of everyday life and our souls feel empty. When we are done reading a Scripture passage, this kind of darkness may creep in again. Let’s not forget to look for God there too, and listen for him in every moment of our day.
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  • The Resurrection of Lazarus
    March 14, 2024

    Lectio Divina, Fifth Sunday of Lent, March 17, 2024

    Lazarus was dead for four days. Oftentimes it’s at least that long before the Lord comes and answers our prayers, but he does answer those who wait upon him. There’s our timing and God’s timing. Our timing is impatient, anxious, and worried. God’s timing is perfect. Wait upon the Lord and he will speak to you through his word and through your life if you listen.
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  • Lectio Divina, Fourth Sunday of Lent, March 10, 2024
    March 7, 2024

    Lectio Divina, Fourth Sunday of Lent, March 10, 2024

    Inheriting eternal life is simple but not easy. Many times, believing in Christ requires that we simply get out of our own way, which can be hard. With God, all things are possible. But we have to listen so that he may work his wonders in our life. What is God telling you today as you listen to him? How is he calling you to deeper faith?
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  • Lectio Divina, Third Sunday of Lent, March 3, 2024
    February 29, 2024

    Lectio Divina, Third Sunday of Lent, March 3, 2024

    Those who can’t hear God’s still voice will require signs and wonders before they accept that he is here with us. We’ve all been there, when our empirical minds disregard the important role of faith. But right now God is inviting us to dig deeper and recognize that God’s most undeniable presence is his presence within us.
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  • Lectio Divina, Second Sunday of Lent, February 25, 2024
    February 22, 2024

    Lectio Divina, Second Sunday of Lent, February 25, 2024

    Peter added nothing to the Transfiguration with his words on Mt. Tabor, but he didn’t take away any of Christ’s glory by speaking either. Contemplate how God is God whether or not we speak. You have read His Word. You have meditated on it. Now let it rest on your soul as you listen to what God wants to say through it.
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