Monthly Archive: March 2014

Mar 24

Holding Hands

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Over the weekend, I did a little shopping with my wife and parents.  It was a lovely spring day and we found ourselves at a place called Peddler’s Village in Bucks County, PA.  At one point my father and I sat outside one of the stores and did a little people watching. One couple in …

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Mar 21

The Challenge of a Strange and Wonderful Kind of King!

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“But God proves his love for us in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us.”  (Romans 5: 8)  This line closes the Second Reading for this Sunday’s Lenten Mass.  These words are especially shocking because they underscore that God does not wait for us to make the first move, God comes to …

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Mar 14

Wrap Up Two: GCU Community Reflections

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The main goal of our Week of Reflection on Immigration Reform was to engage the GCU Community with activities and events that would raise awareness about immigration issues and encourage advocacy for change.  As a result, dozens committed to fast and or pray for immigration reform.  Dozens more worshiped at the special Mass or attended the showing of …

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Mar 14

Wrap Up Three: Ways to Do More

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 Ways to Advocate for Justice for Immigrants   1. Call: 877.848.8389 and tell your member of Congress to end the suffering and pass immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship for 11 million immigrants.  Fast for Families has a handy sample script for your call. 2. Text “Justice” to 787753 to receive more information on …

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Mar 14

Wrap Up One: Campus Minister’s Reflections

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GCU’s Week of Reflection on Immigration Reform is coming to a close.  For Campus Ministry, it has been a whirlwind of activity – fasting, an A&S table for pledges and information, a special Immigration Mass and a showing of the video Dying to Live.  I’d like to offer some final reflections to wrap up our …

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