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Reflection for the First Week of Lent

Reflection for the First Week of Lentfrom the Catholic Health Association of America One does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes forth from the mouth of God. Matthew 4:4 On a hillside by the Sea of Galilee, Jesus taught his disciples the only prayer...

Reflection for Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday Reflection from the Catholic Health Association of America If today you hear God’s voice, harden not your heart.Psalm 95:8 In the days before refrigerators were common, many people used icehouses to keep their food cold. Essentially walk-in coolers,...

A Reflection for Christmas

Advent Reflections from the Catholic Health Association of America God’s Story and Our Story The Solemnity of Christmas is celebrated with four sets of scripture readings for the Masses of vigil, midnight, dawn and day.  Each set of readings presents a different facet...

Reflection – Fourth Week of Advent

Advent Reflections from the Catholic Health Association of America Don’t Box Me In Anyone who has experienced moving to a new place and shopping for a new home will notice changes in home design over time. Homes built in the 1950’s often had one bath and the closets...

Reflection – Third Week of Advent

Advent Reflections from the Catholic Health Association of America No Time To Stifle Ourselves Many will know of the 1970’s television series, All In The Family.  The two main characters were Archie Bunker and his wife Edith Bunker. Archie was a crusty, unfiltered...

Reflection – Second Week of Advent

Advent Reflections from the Catholic Health Association of America In the Meantime There was a post on Facebook commemorating a person who recently died.  It read simply:  “Born 1932. Died 2017. In between, amazing human being.”  It was a very simple way to sum up the...