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Minute Meditations
Our Father Minute Meditations
Joseph showed through his care of Jesus what being a father truly means. Jesus, in turn, would show the world the Father. –Fr. Gary Caster
— from St. Anthony Messenger

Thursday, July 17, 2014
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