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O Antiphons: O King . . . come and save man

  December 22 O Rex Gentium (Isaiah 2:4; 9:5): “O King whom all the peoples desire, you are the cornerstone which makes all one. O come and save man whom you made from clay.”   From the Rev. Mary Earle…

O Antiphons: O Rising Sun . . . enlighten us

  December 21 O Oriens (Isaiah 9:1): “O Rising Sun, you are the splendor of eternal light and the sun of justice. O come and enlighten those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death.” From the Rev….

O Antiphons: O Key of David . . . free us

  December 20 O Clavis David (Isaiah 9:6; 22:22): “O key of David and scepter of Israel, what you open no one else can close again; what you close no one can open. O come to lead the captive from…

Spiritual Formation for Lent 2018

Praying through the words of John the Evangelist is the focus of Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John for Lent 2018. John’s gospel and his First Epistle describe how God, out of deep love, sent God’s only Son Jesus…

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Epiphany Study from Migration Ministries

Episcopal Migration Ministries is offering an Epiphany Curriculum, which includes free resources to oversee a faithful and meaningful Epiphany 2018. “After the celebration and joy of Christmas, the Church turns its attention to the Epiphany of Christ, and a season…

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Reflections magazine – Hope for Hard Times

Our help is always in God, says our catechism.  The Fall/Winter 2017 issue of Reflections magazine offers hope in these difficult times. We invite your reading and your comments.To read this issue and all previous issues, go to http://www.reflections-dwtx.org. The…

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