Everyday Stewardship Reflections

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After my mother passed away, my sister and father had a falling out of sorts. When he moved to be closer to me, she told me that she didn’t ever want to speak to him again, saying, “Even if he is on his death-bed, do not call me.” My father was in his late 70’s […]

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Spontaneous Stewardship

I had a wonderful Holy Week and Easter and I hope all of you reading this did so as well! There were so many aspects of the last several days I am thankful for and made me think. One such moment of inspiration occurred on Good Friday during Stations of the Cross. When we arrived […]

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Three Days With Jesus

No commands from mom or repeated attempts at washing can make us clean and subsequently ready for the banquet God has prepared for us. Jesus not only knelt down to the ground to wash the feet of his apostles because he was leading by example, he washed their feet because they could not do so […]

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A Time for Friends

Holy Week is about more than a reflection of events that occurred so very long ago. The events of this week is about NOW. It is about being present to the suffering and sacrifice of Jesus Christ. This week unites our sufferings with His, our death with His, and our life with His. The events […]

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Holy Week = Last Chance

Wow! Hard to believe Lent 2016 is drawing to a close. How did the season go for you? Really? You weren’t as mindful of the time as you had hoped to be? Well, it is not too late to make these final days great by keeping them HOLY. It will really help you appreciate the […]

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An Everyday Steward is Grateful

For each Sunday of Lent and Passion Sunday, the Everyday Stewardship reflection will look at each of the six characteristics of an Everyday Steward, as contained in the book of the same name. This week we explore how an Everyday Steward is grateful. Click here to read the full post   Past posts: If you missed […]

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We Belong

It is primary day here in North Carolina and I just returned from casting my vote! Some years I am passionate about the person I am voting for and some years I seem to be choosing the lesser of multiple evils. Either way, it is important for me to vote because it connects me with […]

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Then God Created Pi (or is it Pie?)

Today is a day for math geeks and dessert lovers alike! Is it also a day for believers in a loving Creator? You bet! Creation is filled with a beautiful symmetry of mathematical and scientific laws that provides us a glimpse into the existence of God. Click here to read the full post

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An Everyday Steward is Committed

For each Sunday of Lent and Passion Sunday, the Everyday Stewardship reflection will look at each of the six characteristics of an Everyday Steward, as contained in the book of the same name. This week we explore how an Everyday Steward is committed. Click here to read the full post Past posts: If you missed the […]

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The Letters

Even in a world that at times seems lost and lacking in love, there are good stewards everywhere that serve as good role models for us all. They demonstrate to us that holiness is not just for those we read about in a Book of Saints. They remind us that we all have the capacity […]

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Seeking Good That Gives Us Life

It would seem obvious to us that we need to seek out good and not evil, but unfortunately, our society and the limitations of human nature prove to us otherwise. Today’s simple Gospel Acclamation verse reminds us that on the road to good is life and the Lord, the opposite of what is on the […]

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An Everyday Steward is Gracious

For each Sunday of Lent and Passion Sunday, the Everyday Stewardship reflection will look at each of the six characteristics of an Everyday Steward, as contained in the book of the same name. This week we explore how an Everyday Steward is gracious. Click here to read the full post Past posts: If you missed the […]

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