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(Editor’s Note: One of the sisters was recently looking at some previous columns and asked if we might reprint this one. She wanted us to reflect on what has changed, or not, in the past five years, and to recommit ourselves.)

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Today, May 1, is celebrated throughout the world as International Workers’ Day. The Catholic Church, therefore, also celebrates the Feast of St. Joseph on that same day. Last December, Pope Francis declared the whole year of 2021 to be the “Year of St. Joseph.” The year marks the 150th anniv…

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Stress is not something new in my life or anybody else's, for that matter. The thing about stress is that you never get used to it, or at least I don't.

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Millions of Americans will gather at thousands of locations to pray for our nation on May 6, as they step into the 70th annual observance of the “National Day of Prayer.”

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In reading about the miraculous cures that Jesus performed, one ailment that comes up more than once is the disease of leprosy. This disease is something with which most people today are not familiar, but it does still exist. It is more common in India, Indonesia, and the Amazon area of Braz…

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For the past month I have been engaging with my eye doctor. I’ve had two cataracts removed which isn’t a serious thing in itself. But what goes into this surgery is what baffles me.

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Spring weather would call any child to go outside and play. Remember? We played outside without adult supervision; we played until it got dark ... until the stars and the moon shone above us, throwing off light, and then we split and scampered to our homes. There was a sense of freedom when …

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Did you ever have a week when it felt like something was missing, but you didn’t quite know what it was?

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First of all, a happy and blessed Easter season to all of our readers. As I thought about the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, I recalled the words of the Apostles’ Creed which is prayed by many Christian denominations. In it, we hear the words “He was crucified, died and was buried. He …