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Richard Nichols S.J.

Blog Post by Richard Nichols S.J.

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11 May 2024

Saturday of the Sixth Week of Easter
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10 May 2024

Friday of the Sixth Week of Easter St. Paul received supernatural visions in which God spoke to him. For example, while he was in Corinth, the ...
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9 May 2024

Thursday of the Sixth Week of Easter - Ascension When Christ ascended into heaven, he took his human nature with him. Christ’s human nature ...
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8 May 2024

Wednesday of the Sixth Week of Easter St. Paul points out a certain paradox in Acts 17:27-28. The paradox is that we have to seek for the God ...
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7 May 2024

Tuesday of the Sixth Week of Easter Another time, according to Acts chapter 16, Paul and Timothy and Silas were thrown into prison in Philippi ...
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6 May 2024

Monday of the Sixth Week of Easter There was a Jewish woman named Lydia in the city of Phillipi. She was the head of a household, probably a ...
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5 May 2024

Sixth Sunday of Easter
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2 March 2024

Saturday of the Second Week of Lent It was on this date in 1606 that St. Nicholas Owen died after a week of ghastly torture. His crime: decades ...
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1 March 2024

Friday of the Second Week of Lent At 17 years of age, Joseph was still making costly blunders. Later he would save his family and become a true ...
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29 February 2024

Thursday of the Second Week of Lent In his third chapter, the prophet Jeremiah writes “cursed is the man who trusts in human beings,” and ...
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