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“Imported!”, By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time What comes to mind when you hear the word “imported”?  For me the word “fancy” comes to mind.  Someone who’s got some money in the bank might wear fine Italian fashions imported from Milan.  If you go to a fancy dinner-party, they might have a platter of imported French cheeses […]

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“I am the Bread of Life”, By Amilee Beer, Fiat Ventures

Eighteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time The Gospel reading this week takes place just after last week’s Gospel, the well-known story of how Jesus fed the crowd with just five loaves of bread and two fish.  We may not know this part of the story as well, but it is actually one of the most important […]

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“How Will We Feed Them?” By Alexis Fuentes, Fiat Ventures

Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time In real life, I’m a bit of a character. I love stories and plays. I love seeing a scene acted out before my eyes. So whenever I encounter a scripture passage with many characters, I ask myself, “Who am I in this scene? Who might I like to play? And […]

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“Hiding Place” by Rachael Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time  My two year old son and I have endless fun playing hide-and-seek. He hasn’t quite grasped the concept of hiding himself, so I’m always the one to stealthily conceal myself around the couch, behind a large pillow or under a blanket, so my kid can barrel into the room and […]

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Keeping a Healthy Sense of Self When You Are Part of A Couple

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Being the Only Practicing Catholic in Your Group of Friends

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“Paired Up!” by Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time  Have you ever been paired up with someone for a project in school?  I don’t mean when you get to pick your best friend to work with, I mean when the teacher assigns you a partner.  There’s always such tension in the room right before the pairs are announced or […]

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