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Just a Thought... from Fr. Dan

Dear Friends,

On the day of His baptism, Jesus heard the voice of His Father. He was told that indeed He was God's beloved. Throughout His life, Jesus used that fact as His most significant strength. On the Mount of Transfiguration, we are invited to listen, once again, to the voice of our Father. This time He speaks to us. listens, my beloved son, listen to Him.' When you and I take the time to listen to the words of Jesus, we touch our spirit to His and our lives to His love. 

Lenten Blessings,


Greetings Everyone, at this time of challenge and need, we would like to assist you in your prayers at home. The prayer opportunities below are for your spiritual growth and well being. Many of you have asked about Spiritual Communion, let's pray this prayer together.

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Acts of Spiritual Communion

It has long been a Catholic understanding that when circumstances prevent one from receiving Holy Communion, it is possible to make an Act of Spiritual Communion which is a source of grace. Spiritual Communion means uniting one’s self in prayer with Christ’s sacrifice and worshipping him in his Body and Blood. The most common reason for making an Act of Spiritual Communion is when a person cannot attend Mass. Acts of Spiritual Communion increase our desire to receive sacramental Communion and help us avoid the sins that would make us unable to receive Holy Communion worthily.

A prayer for Spiritual Communion
My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love you above all things and I desire to receive you in my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally,
Come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace you as if you were already there And unite myself wholly to you.
Never permit me to be separated from you. Amen.

The Jesuit PostThere are many great spiritual articles dealing with our faith in light of dealing with COVID-19

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