progress

Dec 2, 2018

Let’s make progress in life. Let’s move forward.

We do this by following our deepest desire which is to live fully.

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11 Comments

  1. Thank you Father John for inviting me into a new Advent journey. Blessings Mary

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  2. Thank you Father for your reflection on Jesus. I look forward to your next reflection.

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  3. Grazie John !!

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  4. Thank you Father.

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  5. Thank you Father we look forward to your daily reflections they do inspire.

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  6. Thank you Father, for these reflections where I can go forward and closer to God.

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  7. Thank you Father for the reminder to have silence in our daily lives.

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  8. My daily bread… brief and simple but deep. Thank you Fr. John.

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  9. Thank you Fr John for calling me / reminding me to grow more and make more progress in making my relationship with Jesus real and alive in my daily reality.

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  10. Nice flowers.

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  11. Looking forward to the Advent journey along with the Food for Faith followers.

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