Sunday, December 21, 2008

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Dan earlier this week.
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At 10:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

BEHOLD.........The people had gathered for prayer. Brother Ignatius went to the manger scene and took the infant and held it high saying...'How little has He become to hide His greatness...His greatness would frighten us away...but His littleness invites us to hold and hug Him!" db

 
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At 9:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

From an old Benedictine book of prayers: "Almighty God, loving Father, we confess our sins and all our weaknesses. By the infinite merits of Jesus' passion, give us hope and pardon and new courage to do the good and shun the wrong." db

 
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At 9:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

UNITY OCTAVE........Over 100 years ago, Fr Paul of Graymoor, an Anglican, asked that prayers be said for love and understanding between different religious observers. Jan 18...Jan 25. The God your neighbors love may have a different name but He is still the ONE you adore. Don Brennan

 

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