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The Happy Priest on Getting Ready for Lent Comments

Lent provides us an opportunity to open our personal maintenance schedule and take a close look at ourselves as we journey towards eternal life. Continue Reading

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  1. nyambura
    6 years ago

    Very well said and practical. My issue is getting my family to be on board with my plan. My family is divided and drifting apart. Please pray for us that we may come together and work with each other at achieving our purpose and plan this lent season.

  2. Jennifer
    6 years ago

    Thanks, Fr. James for laying it down in concrete terms, with such "do-able" specific examples. Very helpful. God bless you.

  3. jh
    6 years ago

    I appreciate the practical examples given in Father's article.

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