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Fourth Sunday of Lent

The readings this Lent certainly have been challenging and this week is no exception. One interpretation is that God is just as fickle as God’s people. We are unfaithful and God is angry. We repent and God forgives us; we have faith by God’s grace alone, but we are condemned if we do not believe. We may not be boastful of our good works, but we must not do wicked things. This Lenten desert is confusing. 

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Religious in Atlantic Canada - May 15th – 17th, 2015

This Gathering is open to all Religious in Atlantic Canada. The Religious in Atlantic Canada (RAC) Gathering grew out of the Atlantic Formation Conference. We come together annually to explore subjects that have greatest bearing on our common future as religious living in these times. We also work to build the capacity for leadership among the younger generations within religious life. Any who wish to support this exploration are most welcome to join the gathering and be part of the conversation. 

Stop Human Trafficking By Buying Fair Trade Chocolate

For Easter Preparations: Please pass on the information below to encourage our families, friends, and communities to avoid buying Chocolate produced by child slave labor. Continue to have a good Lent.

Stop Human Trafficking By Buying Fair Trade Chocolate. 

Don't buy slave labor Chocolates such as: Cadbury, Cliff Bar, Divine Chocolate, Equal Exchange, Cloud Nine, Dagoba Organic, Denman Island, Gardeners Candies, Green and Black's, John and Kira's, Kailua Candy, Koppers Chocolate, L.A. Burdick, Montesuma's, NewLeaf, Newman's Own, Omanhene Cocoa Bean, Rapunzel Pure, Shaman, Sweet Earth, Taza, Endangered Species and Theo Chocolate.

You should note that both the New York Legislature and our Congress are on the verge of discussing important anti-trafficking that has been lingering for a few years. Pray for our law makers that other issues and partisan politics do not cause them to derail these bills.

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