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“Lent is here!” By: Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

First Sunday of Lent As I write this, the ashes are still on my forehead.  Earlier today at Ash Wednesday Mass, I had a nice big cross.  Now I have a faded gray smudge.  I always see how long I can go on Ash Wednesday before accidentally touching my forehead and ruining the priest’s hard […]

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“Love Your Enemies?!” by Leo Aliaga, Fiat Ventures

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Yikes! Jesus lays it down in his message for Sunday. Jesus provides the answer on how to love. It is not an easy thing to do but there are few reasons why Jesus does this. Jesus invites us to love our enemies.  Now you may have heard this over a […]

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“Trust Issues” By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

“Trust Issues” By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures Fifth Sunday of Easter I’m a pretty trusting person when I first meet someone.  I’ll ask the guy at the next table in Starbucks to watch my stuff while I go up to the counter for cup #2.  Maybe I’m just an optimist that way. People I already […]

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Second Chances, By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

“Second Chances” By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures Third Sunday of Ordinary Time The First Reading this week is from the book of Jonah.  It seems pretty straightforward – God asks Jonah to go and plead with the city of Nineveh to repent, and they listen.  What a loyal guy!  Despite the hardship and the risk […]

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“Forgiveness” by Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures.

“Forgiveness” by Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures This week’s First Reading starts off with quite the quote: “Wrath and anger are hateful things, yet the sinner hugs them tight.”  My son is just about a year old, and he has certain stuffed animals that he hugs tightly…or puts right into his mouth…depends on the day. We […]

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“Turn the Other Cheek” by Alexis Duffy, Fiat Ventures

  “Turn the Other Cheek” by Alexis Duffy, Fiat Ventures Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Growing up I always heard when someone is mean to you, all you do is turn the other cheek. This Sunday’s Gospel we hear Jesus say to do just that. This has always been something I struggle with. Turning the […]

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A Day in the Life of a Priest

A Day in the Life of a Priest

What is a typical day like for a Catholic priest? What are his responsibilities and obligations? Does he ever have time to spend with their friends and family? Special Spotlight guest Fr. Chris Picollo, parochial vicar at St. James Church in Red Bank and the Campus Minister at Red Bank Catholic High School spends his […]

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