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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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Justice for All

Justice for All

Why can’t there be more justice and equality in the world? Is there anything we can do to help fight the injustice we witness and hear about? Spotlight guest Mike Laskey, Project Coordinator for the Center for FaithJustice in Lawrenceville, NJ shares with us the many ways we can get involved in the fight for justice and how God calls each of us to reach out to the poor and vulnerable.

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Community Service: Joy or Burden?

Community Service: Joy or Burden?

Serving others in our community and our world and recognizing the face of Christ in each person we serve is answering Jesus’ call to serve “the least of our brothers”. Serving others can bring us great joy…but sometimes when we feel helpless, like we can’t do enough to help, or when we try to make time for it in our already overstressed and busy life it can be seen as a burden. So how can sharing in another’s suffering bring us to a deeper and more profound sense of joy?

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