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Family Prayer Week by Week

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A

21 June 2020

“Anyone who welcomes you, welcomes me.”

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Unlocking the prison door of an exclusive economy

by Russell Pollitt SJ

A few days ago, somebody was telling me that the corporate he works for is going to shed 350+ jobs. He explained that their income had been down by a significant amount – unsurprisingly – in April and May. What I heard next is what astounded me. He told me that the company had made a huge profit in 2019. He said that the decision, by executives, to lay people off was so that the company did not have to “dig into their reserves”.

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Catecheses on the Lord’s Prayer:

(In descending order)

Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 13

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 12

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 11

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 10

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 09

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 08

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 07

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 06

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 05

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 04

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 03

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 02

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Catecheses on the Lords Prayer 01

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Easter: The Little White Book

This Little White Book is meant to help you enjoy six minutes a day in prayer during these next 50 days of the Easter season.

Spend some quiet time with the Lord using one of our oldest traditions of prayer called lectio divina – sacred reading. We take a short Scripture passage and simply let God speak to us through the words, guiding us to reflections that sometimes seem to come from nowhere. But they’re not “from nowhere.” They’re from God. People are often surprised at how easy it is to pray this way, and how deep such prayer can be.