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Photo: The Last Supper panel above the altar in Salt
At the Episcopal School for the Deaf and Disabled in Salt, the original capital of the Kingdom.

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Prayer: Ambrose
When we find ourselves in
some grave danger we must not lose courage but firmly trust in God, for where
there is the greatest danger, there is also the greatest help from the One who
wants to be called our “Help” in times of peace and in times of tribulation.

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Photo: The Trinitarian role in Incarnation
God, the Creator, appearing as a bright light and bringing order to the formless void of chaos. The, the Spirit, alighting upon the image of Jesus at the bottom of the panel.

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Prayer: Alphonsus Liguori
Acquire the habit of
speaking to God with familiarity and confidence – as to your dearest and most
loving friend. Speak of your life, your plans, your troubles, your joys, your
fears. In return, God will speak to you – not that you will hear audible words

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El Octavo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario
El Octavo Domingo del Tiempo Ordinario 26 de febrero de 2017 Isaías 49: 14-15; Salmo 62; 1 Corintios 4: 1-5; Mateo 6: 24-34 Para muchos de nosotros, realmente no confiamos en Dios. Escuche las seguridades que tenemos de la Escritura, pero todavía no podemos...

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The Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Spirituality: Set the World Ablaze The Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time February 26, 2017 Isaiah 49:14-15;
Psalm 62; 1 Corinthians 4:1-5; Matthew 6:24-34             For many of us, we really do not
trust God. Listen to the as...

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Photo: Sign Language saying: God Provides
The symbol in Jordanian sign language to say: God provides.  The yellow image of the seraph to the left - a symbol of Moses at Mount Nebo and the precursor to the medical insignia. Honeycombs flowing with milk to indicate the promised land given to Abraham ...

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Spirituality: Quotes from Rev. Martin Luther King
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. The ultimate measure of a (person) man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and...

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Poem: "Voice" by (From Disappearances; Poems by Herbert Mason KNP Publications, London & New York 1999. P. 19)
I heard a voice: From ancient jaws The sound of loss The sound of pain Too long possessed, A brother’s voice Heard from afar The sound of waves Against this shore; the weakened voice, a silence here. When no sound comes More terrible the hush And silence th...
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