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Tag Archives: mercy

“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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Saying Yes and Showing Up, By Alexis Fuentes, Fiat Ventures    

Saying Yes and Showing Up, By Alexis Fuentes, Fiat Ventures     Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Have you ever had someone start to tell a joke, and your immediate reaction was, “Oh yeah I know this one, I’ve heard it a million times.”  This is kind of what Jesus sounds like in today’s Gospel.  It’s as […]

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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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“Divine Mercy” By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

“Divine Mercy” by Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures Divine Mercy Sunday This past summer, I had the opportunity to go to World Youth Day in Poland.  We saw beautiful Churches, we got to have several events with Pope Francis and a few million of our closest friends, and I also had McDonalds more times than I’ve […]

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How to be a Better Christian

Some of us may feel content with our lives just the way they are. But improvement to ourselves and our relationship with God should be an ongoing endeavor, and it does not occur without a little motivation, contemplation and action on our part. We may think we have a pretty good relationship with God…but we […]

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Mercy, By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

“Mercy” By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time Have you ever been part of a sports team that took on a motto or catchphrase for the season?  I remember my freshman year in college, the Rutgers Football team used this simple word: “Chop.”  This caught on even among the fans, as we […]

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The Good Book, Not The “Burn Book, By Rachel Flann

“The Good Book, Not The “Burn Book” by Rachael Flanagan, Fiat Ventures Fifth Sunday of Easter Perhaps you’ve seen the iconic (and disturbingly realistic) film depiction of teen girl life, entitled “Mean Girls.” In the movie, there is a scene where Katy is hanging out with the school’s most famous popular girls (a.k.a. the “Plastics”) […]

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