Tag Archives: apostles

Putting God into the equation

  As the Easter season draws to a close, we come to a place of transition in the readings of the Seventh Sunday of Easter. Jesus has risen, appeared many times, and returned to heaven with a promise that He … Continue reading

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Blowing through the doubt

Don’t you wonder if Jesus ever gets tired of our doubts and failures? It doesn’t matter how long you’ve believed, or how strong your belief is, there will be times that you just can’t believe. There will be times that … Continue reading

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Locked away

  This weekend, we read the Gospel with the story of Doubting Thomas. Now, the Catholic Church rotates the Sunday readings on a three-year cycle. Even some of the Holy Week readings vary, based on the year. However, on the Sunday … Continue reading

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Roadmaps

I found an interesting verse as I was working on my Bible study. As He prepares for his death, Jesus tells His apostles, “I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear it now.” (John 16:12). He has … Continue reading

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Spectacularly Ordinary

The thing I love about the resurrection stories is that Jesus comes and is so real. He doesn’t come in on a cloud or filled with light. He comes to the room where the apostles are locked up and hidden, … Continue reading

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