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Catholic Men at Work
Suggestions and meditations about how to more effectively work for the gr..
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It's Shrove Tuesday. Lent begins tomorrow. We're just finalizing thoughts for a special Lenten series starting with our next post, which ..read more
It's Quinquagesima Sunday in the Church's traditional calendar. We're heading for the starting block. The great race lies before us. It's ..read more
Last time, we began to pull apart this wonderful prayer by St. Francis Xavier - a prayer that can serve as a perfect way to start the day ..read more
We've often discussed the importance of a morning routine before work that includes at least some prayer and meditation, if not also ..read more
We're approaching Lent. The traditional calendar of the Church reminds us of this on the three Sundays preceding Ash Wednesday. Today is ..read more
Today we'll conclude our discussion of Ecclisiasticus (Sirach) Chapter 40 and the Weight of Work.Last time we cycled through some harrowing ..read more
So far, we've seen passages from Ecclesiasticus that have broadened our understanding of the weight of our work. Today we find how our ..read more
Last Sunday we talked about "Brother Ass," the name St. Francis of Assisi gave to his body. We saw how, if we kicked Brother Ass into gear ..read more
Let's continue our discussion of the weight of work, an idea introduced to us by Ecclesiasticus 40. Last time we talked about how our ..read more
The weight of our work can feel heavy at times - some days more than others. But Ecclesiasticus (Sirach) Chapter 40 tells us that weighty ..read more

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