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Would You?

Would You?

By Jonathan Camiolo – What would you be willing to do for Christ? How far would you follow Jesus? Would you be willing to die for Him or for your faith?  I often think about how strong my faith is or is not.  I wonder how courageous I would be or not be if really […]

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Peace

Peace

By Jonathan Camiolo – Just last weekend, I was honored to stand before the Cardinal and tell him that 150 youth that I work with had prepared for the sacrament of Confirmation.  I certified that they were ready and had the desire to have the faith handed to them by their parents and godparents confirmed.  […]

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As He Has Loved Us

As He Has Loved Us

By Jonathan Camiolo – When I was watching the Passion of the Christ movie in theatre when it first came out, there was a scene that I remembered when I left that could have easily been missed.  There is a part when Jesus is carrying the cross and His mother Mary is watching Him and […]

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Harsh Words

Harsh Words

By Jonathan Camiolo – In the First Reading from the Acts of the Apostles, we read: “Both Paul and Barnabas spoke out boldly and said, ‘It was necessary that the word of God be spoken to you first, but since you reject it and condemn yourselves as unworthy of eternal life, we now turn to […]

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Peter’s Story

Peter’s Story

By Jonathan Camiolo – Peter was the apostle that Jesus left the Church to as the first pope.  He led the early church and taught the early Christians the faith that Christ had taught him.  He traveled and preached.  He wrote to disciples of Jesus. Peter died by being crucified upside down as a martyr […]

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Be Merciful

Be Merciful

By Jonathan Camiolo – In 2000, Pope John Paul II made the surprise announcement in his homily at the canonization of St. Faustina that the Sunday following Easter each year would be an opportunity to celebrate “Divine Mercy Sunday”.  Sr. Faustina was a polish nun that spread the message of God’s divine mercy and the […]

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Believe

Believe

By Jonathan Camiolo – This past winter was a long one.  It was extremely cold with the temperatures in the single digits for weeks on end.  Heating bills soared due to weather that was severe.  Record snowfalls in many various cities throughout the country made people start asking if winter would ever end.  Icy roads […]

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