30 November, Tuesday — Response and Responsibility

Nov 30 – Feast of St. Andrew, apostle St. Andrew was the first Apostle of Jesus Christ. He was a fisherman by trade, and the brother of Simon Peter. He was a follower of John the Baptist. Andrew went through life leading people to Jesus, both before and after the Crucifixion. He was a missionary in... Continue Reading →

27 November, Saturday — Staying Awake

Saturday of Week 34 in Ordinary Time Dan 7:15-27Lk 21:34-36 “Watch yourselves, or your hearts will be coarsened with debauchery and drunkenness and the cares of life…Stay awake, praying at all times...” Whether you want to admit it or not, we are creatures of habit. Habit could be a good thing, a virtue; or it... Continue Reading →

25 November, Thursday — Signs of Life

Nov 25 – Memorial for St. Catherine of Alexandria, virgin, martyr St. Catherine (d. 305) was a noble who was learned in science and oratory. After receiving a vision, she converted to Christianity. At the age of 18, during the persecution of Maximus, she offered to debate the pagan philosophers. Many were converted by her arguments,... Continue Reading →

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