Tag: Hope

Without the Cross There is No Salvation

Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me. For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it. What profit would there be for one to gain the whole world

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A Heroic Priesthood 

Heroic Priesthood On June 21, 2017, with the passing of Monsignor Richard Mouton, we lost a friend, a spiritual guide and a member of our family. More importantly, The Church lost one of Her extraordinary priests. Ordained sixty two years ago, Monsignor was one of the last surviving Second Vatican Council designated experts. Please pray

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Friday Challenge 

Friday Challenge The Challenge continues.  Throughout most of our lives many of us have had somebody older and more wise help us by giving us beneficial wisdom that challenged us to new heights.  Take the time today to pay it forward. Take the following steps and be a mentor: Recognize specifically the person’s skills and

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Friday Challenge 

Friday Challenge The Challenge continues. I hope you will jump and run with these simple opportunities to spread hope. Challenge – Each day we walk through life and we meet people along the way that need a helping hand. Today keep it simple. Give an extra tip, yes dollars, to somebody that serves you in

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Hope in the Storm

Hope in the Storm This time last year I was busily working through the final rewrites and edits of my first book: The Storm: A Time of Mercy, Choices and Hope published by Hope and Life Press (To whom I am no longer affiliated.) To say it has been a whirlwind year would be an understatement. Getting the

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