ICWG Weekly Reflections

4th Sunday In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection

4th Sunday In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection
Our Lord gave a new and incomparably deeper meaning to love for our neighbor. He established it as the New Commandment and as the sign by which Christians will be known. ICWG Sun Reflect

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3rd Sunday In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection

3rd Sunday In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection
When we gather together to take part in the Holy Mass we stand, in an attitude of watchfulness, to hear the Good News that the Gospel always brings us. We have to listen to it with a disposition which is at once attentive, humble and grateful because we know that God is speaking to each one of us in particular. In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection from scepter publishers.

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In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection: 2nd Week C

In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection: 2nd Week C
Mary is a mother who is more attentive to all our needs than any mother on earth ever has been or ever will be. The miracle takes place because Our Lady has interceded; it happens only because of her petition. Scepter Reflection on the Wedding Feast at Cana. In Conversation With God Sunday Reflections.

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In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection: Baptism of Our Lord

In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection: Baptism of Our Lord
Today’s feast gives us an opportunity to have a renewed awareness of those baptismal commitments which we took ourselves, or on that day when our parents or godparents spoke on our behalf. We should reaffirm our devotion to Christ and our intention to come closer to him every day. We should resolve to separate ourselves from all sin. From Scepter Publishers and the In Conversation With God Series.

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In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection: Feast of the Epiphany

In Conversation With God Sunday Reflection: Feast of the Epiphany
Behold, the Lord, the Mighty One, has come; and kingship is in his grasp, and power and dominion. Today the Church celebrates Jesus being made known to the whole world. Epiphany means ‘manifestation’, and in the Kings are represented all peoples of every language and nation who set out, called by God, to adore Jesus.

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