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In the reading from the prophet Amos, we hear God promising Israel a brighter future: “I will raise up the fallen hut of David. I will bring about the restoration of my people Israel. … I’m gonna build a wall—a big wall. I’m gonna make Israel great again” (loose translation!).
What dreams have you had that have been completely smashed by the circumstances of life?
It is Jesus Himself who focuses our attention on St. John the Baptist, and on his role as prophet of the Most High.
Novena to OUR LADY
Novena to OUR LADY
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For more than fifty years, the Norbertine Fathers of St. Michael's Abbey have served the Christian faithful in Southern California—“lifting high the Holy Eucharist over the miseries and errors of this world” (Saint Pope John Paul II).