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Jump Into the Deep: Septuagesima

“Your Lent could be the most powerful one yet, an invitation to take a deeper dive into the kind of prayer St. Therese described as ‘a burst from my heart, it is a simple glance thrown toward heaven, a cry of thanksgiving and love in times of trial as well as in times of joy.’” – Dan Burke

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Praying Like Jesus

“When we give Him permission to be center of our universe, as a parent is to a child, then and only then will all be well with us.” – Christine Hanus

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Works of Love

“The measure of love is not the magnitude of the outward act, or even the torments it involves, but the depth of love secretly at work in the heart.” – Fr. James Brent, O.P.

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The Epiphany of the Lord

“O that all nations would acknowledge You for what You are, that all might prostrate before You, adoring You as their Lord and God!” – Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen

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In the Name of Benedict

“This is what the name Benedict means for us: profound knowledge of a person who is alive today. To have deep faith and trust that Christ is closer to us than we think. Not just as a figment of our imagination, but as the real thing.” – Thomas Griffin 

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The Power of His Coming

“Are we not incredibly privileged to be people of the New Testament, witnesses to the life-changing power of His coming?” – Dan Burke

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Hope Does Not Disappoint

“The Church, too, in her liturgy prays for the blessings of nature to come to us. Yet, the hope of the Christian heart is at the same time far deeper. It is for something more.” – Fr. James Brent, O.P.

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Believe in the Gospel Part 2

“Faith in a particular mystery touches the hem of his garment on high, and power flashes forth from him in the depths of our souls.” – Fr. James Brent, O.P.

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It Depends on Where You Look

“As Catholics who desire the restoration of all things under Christ, who long for renewal and a return of reverence and integrity in our Church and right order in our culture, it might sometimes seem that we are similarly suspended in an eternal ecclesial winter.” – Dan Burke

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