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Lent with Richard Rohr: Taking One’s Life in One’s Hands

  Thursday of the First Week of Lent | Readings: Esther C:12, 14–16, 23–25; Matthew 7:7–12  
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Lent with Richard Rohr: ‘No Sign Will Be Given Except the Sign of Jonah’

  Wednesday of the First Week of Lent | Readings: Jonah 3:1-10, Luke 11:29-32  
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Lent with Richard Rohr: Certain Eventual Results

Tuesday of the First Week of Lent | Readings: Isaiah 55:10–11; Matthew 6:7–15
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Lent with Richard Rohr: The Important Commandments Are Not Always Seen

Monday of the First Week of Lent | Readings: Leviticus 19:1–2, 11–18; Matthew 25:31–46
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Lent with Richard Rohr: Temptations Are Attractions to Partial Goods

First Sunday of Lent | Readings: Mark 1:12–15; Matthew 4:1–11; Luke 4:1–13
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Lent with Richard Rohr: A Double Punch

Saturday After Ash Wednesday | Isaiah 58:9b–14; Luke 5:27–32
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Lent with Richard Rohr: Our Amazing Capacity for Missing the Point

  Friday After Ash Wednesday | Readings: Isaiah 58:1–9a; Matthew 9:14–15 
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Lent with Richard Rohr: Decision Precedes Depth

  Thursday After Ash Wednesday | Readings: Deuteronomy 30:15–20; Luke 9:22–25
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Lent with Richard Rohr: Another Start!

  Reflection Download the audio here 2 Corinthians 5:20—6:2 It seems that we need beginnings, or everything eventually devolves and declines into unnecessary and sad endings. You were made for so much more!
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Saint Francis and the Marrow of the Gospel

Many people have lost heart today because we feel confused and powerless. The “powers and principalities” seem overwhelming: consumerism, racism, militarism, patriarchy, climate change, the corporate juggernaut. We feel helpless to choose our own lives, much less a common life, or to see any overarching meaning. The world is so complex, and we are so small. What can we do but let the waves of history carry us and try to keep afloat somehow? 
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