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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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“Common Sense” by Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Ah common sense.  If it’s so common, why do none of us seem to have it?  It’s common sense to not save things until the last minute.  It’s common sense to save your money and not make a big impulse purchase.  It’s common sense to fill up the gas tank […]

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“Disappointing Cookie Monster”, By Brian Flanagan, Fiat Ventures

Twenty-second Sunday of Ordinary Time My 2 year old son loves Cookie Monster.  He has Cookie Monster pajamas, and every time he sees Cookie Monster while watching Sesame Street, he shoves imaginary cookies into his mouth and says “nom nom nom.”  I thought I’d bake him some cookies recently when the two of us were […]

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“Rejoice!” by Karen Theckston, Fiat Ventures

“Rejoice!” by Karen Theckston, Fiat Ventures Third Sunday of Advent I’m not a fan of having to wait for things. Our culture has spoiled us a bit when it comes to waiting. With our phones, so much is present to us literally in the palm of our hands! We can get answers to any question […]

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“Watch!” by Leonidas Aliaga, Fiat Ventures

“Watch!” by Leonidas Aliaga, Fiat Ventures First Sunday of Advent “Watch!”  That’s the bottom line from the Gospel for this First Sunday of Advent.  Jesus uses that word 4 times in a few sentences.  And He ain’t talking about a Fitbit or an Apple Watch either. I wear a watch.  Got it about two months […]

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“Distracted” by Maria Allen

“Distracted” by Maria Allen Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time I’m so easily distracted, like all the time. I don’t know about you but I end up wasting so much time because I am distracted. I even got distracted in the middle of writing that last sentence. It comes so easily, so fast, and is so […]

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“That They Should Know You” by Melanie Blaszczak, Fiat Ventures

“That They Should Know You” by Melanie Blaszczak, Fiat Ventures Seventh Sunday of Easter My family loves to watch baseball in the summer.  I guess you could say I know a lot about baseball.  I know that the 1927 Yankees were one of the greatest teams of all time.  I know which players are having […]

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