Every Day

Every Day

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Can Football be Holy?

Click: Watch the Holy Half-time Show™ I love football and long for the days when the players were loyal to the team, they dressed well, and the spoke respectfully.  So much of that has been lost in the culture today of edginess, aggressiveness, and shock value.  When the Denver Broncos went to their first Super Bowl in 1977, we had a defense called The Orange Crush.  Not too long ago, I could accurately name every starting player, their position, and their number.  Those days are long over and it does make me think of the "good old days". Well, here we are, approaching Super Bowl LVI, and the half time...

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Renewing Marriages – A Date with Father Nate

Father Nathan likes to give me credit for originating “A Date with Father Nate.” However, looking back to the day it originated, it wasn’t me and it wasn’t Father Nathan. The Holy Spirit was definitely at work. In February of 2017, I picked up Father Nathan from the airport. The drive gave me a chance to ask questions about evangelizing in the home, specifically in regard to the role of my husband, Wes. Father recommended that we both attend an annual retreat. I had been attending the Maria Stein Mother’s Retreat for the last several years, which is where I met Father Nathan. Wes, however, had not found “his” retreat....

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Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini

What inspires you? What Is something that would entice you to drop everything? Mother Cabrini had a heart for Italian immigrants and orphans and she answered the Pope's call to leave Italy for New York. Your implementation step is to consider something God has been calling you to do and to pray about responding. Enjoy the following article.The Cabrini Shrine is situated in Golden, Colorado. The plot of land was negotiated and purchased in 1910 by a religious sister, Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini, who wanted to use it as a summer camp for orphaned girls she took care of in Denver. Unfortunately, the land seemed to have a water problem:...

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Fog – Why We Fail Part 2

What do I do well consistently? Where am I most active? Do I have any blocks? Without a doubt leadership is hard and challenging and sometimes we get so used to its challenge that we forget that we can make it successful. We learn to get used to the very things that can cause our downfall. But it doesn’t have to be this way. One of the big elements we struggle with as leaders is our ability to plan effectively - our ability to see our way through changing circumstances. This ability is impeded by what we call “fog”. And understanding “fog” is the key to overcoming it.

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