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Emulating Jesus Minute Meditations
By Baptism, the fundamental and common vocation of all Christians is to become disciples of Jesus Christ—people who follow “the way” that he modeled and made more possible by his living, dying, and rising.
— from Fast, Pray, Give

Monday, March 31, 2014
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