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Take2 - 10/23/2017 - Wedding Blessings
Wedding Day Blessings
OK. Let’s take a trip in the way-back machine (or maybe not so “way back” for some of you). If you’re married, you surely remember your wedding day. Did you look into your spouse’s eyes and feel like you’d hit the jackpot? Of course you did. What happened on that day? Yes, you both walked down the aisle. But how did your life change that very day? Did you become someone you weren’t before? Were your knees buckling? Were you nervous? How did you feel when the priest or minister said, “You may kiss your spouse?” There is nothing like a wedding day for a husband and wife. Let’s talk about it. On Monday, share your take on a particular memory that still stands out for you to this day.
Take2 - 10/21/2017 - What's Unique About Your Marriage?
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Take2 - 10/20/2017 - How Do You Like to Serve?
Where Would You Like to Serve?
Our lives are busy. But we may have a heart for service. How do we make time for all of our responsibilities and still manage to volunteer where we would like to? If you had a lot of extra time, where would you serve others? Let us know on Friday!
Take2 - 10/18/2017 - Be Kind To Yourself
Be Kind to Yourself
It’s often said that God always forgives, others usually forgive, but we have a hard time forgiving ourselves. It’s true. We are often our own worst critics. When we go to Confession, both God and the Church offer us complete forgiveness. When we walk out of the confessional our sins are completely washed away in the blood of Jesus. Then we often go home, lay our head on the pillow at night and rehash our sins. “I was so bad.” “How could I have done that?” “God could never forgive me.” Well, you’ve been forgiven by God and the Church. Why can’t you forgive yourself? It’s a challenge for all of us. Remember, the Bible says to “love your neighbor as yourself.” A proper and healthy self-love includes showing mercy to ourselves. How are you doing at this? Share your take with Jerry and Debbie on Wednesday.
Take2 - 10/17/2017 - How I Long to Receive the Eucharist
How I Long to Receive the Eucharist!
In the Church there are many people who are not able to receive the Eucharist for a variety of reasons. This is undoubtedly a painful reality for those who are barred from receiving due to marital complications or other issues. We want to hear from those who attend Mass but do not receive Communion because of what they perceive as barriers. It just may be that some people are abstaining when they don’t have to. For those who realize there is a legitimate reason for not receiving Communion, let’s have a conversation about it. Maybe a way can be found to clear the path to join in the full Eucharistic celebration of the Church. That’s Tuesday’s discussion with Jerry and Debbie.