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Becoming an Apostle Minute Meditations
The Lord is calling you to live as an apostle, to be ready, willing, and able to help him help those around you. Christ wants all people to come to Him and His church. He works through us to make that happen.
— from On a Mission

Wednesday, November 27, 2013
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		<p>Clement of Rome was the third successor of St. Peter, reigning as pope during the last decade of the first century. He’s known as one of the Church’s five “Apostolic Fathers,” those who provided a direct link between the Apostles and later generations of Church Fathers. </p>
		<p>His <em>First Epistle to the Corinthians </em>was preserved and widely read in the early Church. This letter from the bishop of Rome to the Church in Corinth concerns a split that alienated a large number of the laity from the clergy. Deploring the unauthorized and unjustifiable division in the Corinthian community, Clement urged charity to heal the rift. <br /></p>
American Catholic Blog To avoid running aground on the rocks, our spiritual life cannot be
reduced to a few religious moments. In the succession of days and 
seasons, in the unfolding of times and events, we learn to see ourselves by looking to the One who does not pass away: spirituality is a return to the essential, to that good that no one can take from us, the one truly necessary thing.

Through the Year With Mary

Start the New Year off right with these daily insights on the Mother of God!

The Rosary Project
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150 Bible Verses Every Catholic Should Know

Ignorance of scripture is ignorance of Christ. Do you know these Bible passages?

Mysteries of the Virgin Mary

On this Feast of the Immaculate Conception, grow closer to Mary with this beautiful book by Fr. Peter John Cameron, O.P.

Remember also to give thanks for departed loved ones with whom you’ll someday be reunited.

With Thursday’s menu planned and groceries purchased, now is the time to send an e-card to far-away friends.

God of life, we come to celebrate another year, and ask you to bless us.

Feast of Christ the King
Our liturgical year ends as it begins, focusing on Our Lord’s eternal reign.

In America, Thanksgiving is one of the rare times when religion and civics intersect. Let us always give thanks and praise to God.

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