Kristen Fisher shares how reflecting on God’s goodness and generosity helps us to put aside feelings of jealousy and the fear that we are missing out.
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This reflection is for the readings for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2020. Greg Willits of RosaryArmy.com shares a personal and powerful story about the gift that is found in forgiveness, and how God calls us to seek and offer forgiveness, just as Christ forgives us.
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