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I’m going to keep asking, because this whole life is both not fully Lent and not fully Easter: “May I pray for you?”
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This is what time was made for — to pour ourselves out, to be present, to be good stewards of all the gifts we receive.
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“In the unity of this Body, there is a diversity of members and functions. All members are linked to one another, especially to those who are suffering, to the poor and persecuted.” (CCC 806)
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“When we share in God's saving love, we understand that every need can become the object of petition. Christ, who assumed all things in order to redeem all things, is glorified by what we ask the Father in his name.” (CCC 2633)
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We enter Lent to know more clearly and dearly why Christ underwent His passion and death for us.
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Peace, true peace, always begins with remembering that we do love each other.
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“When they become parents, spouses receive from God the gift of a new responsibility. Their parental love is called to become for the children the visible sign of the very love of God, ‘from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named.’” —Pope St. John Paul II
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When we pray the Rosary with love and devotion, our Lady instructs us and leads us closer to Jesus.
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“Give and gifts will be given to you; a good measure, packed together, shaken down, and overflowing...”
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It is not too late. That is the great truth of this season: You can start out like the Magi, or stumble into the stable like a shepherd. Either way, we are to reach the Divine destination, the Baby lying in the manger.
Sherry Antonetti

Sherry Antonetti is a freelance writer, blogger and published author of The Book of Helen. She lives just outside of Washington, DC with her husband and their ten children.