Category: Thomas Griffin

Have Annunication Receptivity

“Our mission from God is found in the commitments we currently find ourselves in. Other attempts to try and figure out God’s will are simply a fight against receptivity.” – Thomas Griffin

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Make Easter Last

“If I am honest, the peak of Holy Week is profound but once Easter Sunday ends I go back to normal. This year, I am attempting to make that different.” – Thomas Griffin

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Guadalupe Should Change You

“It was not that I doubted the importance of the Mother of God on our faith; I simply never experienced her. That all changed when we arrived on the holy ground of this Marian apparition.” – Thomas Griffin

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The Transfiguration of Your Lent

“Jesus does not answer Peter because he knows that staying on the mountain is not an option. His mission, his resolution, is to suffer and die out of love for each and everyone of us.” – Thomas Griffin

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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 Way of St. Andrew

“The way of St. Andrew is the way of humility and abandonment. It comes with knowing that when we set out to accomplish what God has asked of us, we do not need to worry about the accolades.” – Thomas Griffin

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John Paul II: The Light Always Wins

“For John Paul II, the beginning and the end were similar in that they were defined by difficulty and trial. In the midst of so much hardship and pain, he was looked upon as a beacon of hope.” – Thomas Griffin

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