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Tag Archives: Gospel of Luke

“Tree Removal” By: Andrew Scala, Fiat Ventures

8th Sunday of Ordinary Time At 7 pm this evening, I scheduled a service event at an assisted living community for some middle school students of mine. I arrived slightly early to help set up crafts and activities for the youth to do with the seniors. After I parked my car and walked inside, I […]

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“Listen Up!” by Andrew Scala, Fiat Ventures

“Listen Up!” by Andrew Scala, Fiat Ventures Solemnity of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist Listening is hard. This past Friday marked the end of the year in the school district in which I teach. While my kids are amazing, it feels like a lot of time is spent on getting them to actually […]

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“That’s What Christmas is All About, Charlie Brown.” By Michael Guarducci, Fiat Ventures

  “That’s What Christmas is All About, Charlie Brown.” By Michael Guarducci, Fiat Ventures Christmas Day When do you start to feel the Christmas season? Is it when all of the mailmen bring the sacks of letters addressed to Santa Claus into the courtroom? Is it when Kevin McCallister’s family comes home, or when Buddy […]

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Hate is a Strong Word, BY Allison Provinsal, Fiat Ventures

“Hate is a Strong Word” By Allison Provinsal, Fiat Ventures 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time When reflecting on this Sunday’s Gospel Reading from Luke, I felt a bit stumped as to the take away message. At least for me, this passage from Luke can seem a little confusing and even contradictory to what I thought […]

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Persistence is Key, By Allison Provinsal, Fiat Ventures

“Persistence is Key” by Allison Provinsal, Fiat Ventures 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time How often do we run to our best friend or confidant and beg them for answers to all our problems? We sit in Starbucks for hours chatting about our problems and trying to work out the answers, solve the problems, and seek […]

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