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Be humble like the shepherds in adoration

By Greg Zambrano Early one morning while getting the children ready for school, I made breakfast and served it. Right away, I told the oldest child that if the younger one is getting too difficult, grab your food and eat your breakfast in a different part of the house. That way, she won’t waste time […]

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Veni Sancte Spiritus

By Greg Zambrano “Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful and kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth your spirit and they shall be created and thou shalt renew the face of the earth.” Amen. You can also find the Latin version which is also spectacular, “Veni Sancte Spiritus.” We pray […]

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Are you a Martha or a Mary?

By Greg Zambrano Are we giving children the proper example in our behavior during Mass? As a community, even if we don’t have children or if they are long gone, grown up and left the house, we should still consider that there are children observing your behavior. We must be good examples and help parents […]

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“Trust in the Lord”

By Greg Zambrano Fear gets to everyone old, young and people of all ages. Jesus our Lord invites us with love to trust in him – what the saying on the bottom of the Divine Mercy image, “Jesus, I Trust in You.”

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Paused in Prayer

By Greg Zambrano Finding the time or honestly, even the desire to pray is at times hard to come by. We are sometimes caught up with life demands, and we may find it difficult to get prayer started and going.

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Teaching Your Child A New Language

By Greg Zambrano Learning a second language at times is very common, depending on the family or community. Sometimes, the children must learn the native language of the parents or ancestors for cultural reasons or parents might encourage a child to learn a second language like Chinese, French, Spanish or Japanese to further increase their […]

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Let the Children Come to Me

By Greg Zambrano In Matthew 19:13-15, the blessing of the children is discussed. “Then children were brought to him that he might lay his hands on them and pray. The disciples rebuked them, but Jesus said, ‘Let the children come to me, and do not prevent them; for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such […]

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In Time of Need

By Greg Zambrano During the month of the rosary in October, my family and I made a quick trip to the Disney Parks in Orlando Florida. On the second day of the trip, we visited Disney’s MGM Studios’ new section that just opened over the summer. The main attraction: a long rollercoaster ride named “Slinky […]

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Sick Days

By Greg Zambrano Finding yourself sick as a parent could be very difficult, but if you rely on the Lord he will come to the assistance. All of the many small jobs and chores that rely on you to get done come to complete stop. The laundry doesn’t get washed; meals do not get prepared; […]

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Morning routine

By Greg Zambrano During the morning hours, while you are preparing to go to work and school, there is plenty of time to pray. If you prepare well enough, you could even attend Mass before school or work. The way I have set a schedule that makes it possible to pray before school starts is […]

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