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Don Gonzalez
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Son of God, Husband, Father, Roman Catholic, Theologian, Writer, Teacher, Catechist
Son of God, Husband, Father, Roman Catholic, Theologian, Writer, Teacher, Catechist

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Navarre Bible commentary on today's Gospel. #mustardseed   #navarrebible  

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Today's Navarre Bible commentary explores the meaning of two parables on mercy: the Parable of the Lost Sheep and the Parable of the Prodigal Son. #joecatholic   #navarrebible   #catholic  

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Today's Navarre Bible commentary on the Gospel reading from St. Luke in which Christ instructs us on the conditions of discipleship.#navarrebible #joecatholic  

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Episode 3 of the My Stogie Mystagogy Podcast. We discuss the concept of participation and man caves. #mystogiemystagogy   #joecatholic   #catholicpodcast  

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Episode 3 of the My Stogie Mystagogy Podcast. We discuss the concept of participation and man caves. #mystogiemystagogy   #joecatholic   #catholicpodcast  

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+Mark and/or Rosie and I have started a new podcast called My Stogie Mystagogy where we discuss all things Catholic while we enjoy our Wednesday evenings of getting together to smoke cigars - our real life endeavor of iron sharpening iron. This is our second episode in which we discuss mercy and divine mercy.  #joecatholic   #mystogiemystagogy   #catholicpodcast  

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Luke 13:1–9 1 There were some present at that very time who told him of the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. 2 And he answered them, “Do you think that these Galileans were worse sinners than all the other Galileans, because…

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Navarre Bible commentary examines St. Mark's account of the healing of the blind man, Bartimaeus. #joecatholic   #navarrebible  

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Navarre Bible commentary examines St. Luke's account of the Parable of the Barren Fig Tree. #navarrebible   #joecatholic   #catholicbible  
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