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St Francis of Assisi

Original Homily Rich in Love: St. Francis, a Godly Play-Inspired Story source link below.https://thehomelyhours.com/2016/10/04/rich-in-love-the-story-of-st-francis-for-godly-play/ Francis was born in the town of Assisi, in Italy. His father was a wealthy merchant, who named his son Francis—which means “Frenchman”—because he loved the fine wares and delicious food of France. Francis grew up loving fine food and wine and… Continue reading St Francis of Assisi

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The Five Senses

As you know, we have five senses: sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. Each of these senses is very important to us. Today  we are going to hear about the sense of touch and it’s importance. Touch has become very topical in Covid times, we are continually told to be careful what we touch and… Continue reading The Five Senses

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The Mystery Person

The Mystery Person:  F is for "FORGIVING." Even when we disobey or do something wrong, this person is willing to forgive us.  A is for "ATTENTIVE." When we need someone to talk to, this person is willing to listen to what we have to say.  T is for "TEACHER." This person teaches us the most important lessons of… Continue reading The Mystery Person

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In the Beginning

The very first words in the Bible tell us that "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." Then the Bible goes on to tell about God's creation.  The first thing God created was light. The Bible tells us that God said, "Let there be light," and there was light. And God said,… Continue reading In the Beginning

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Trinity Sunday

Today is called Trinity Sunday.  When you see the letters TRI at the beginning of a word, it's a clue that the word might have something to do with the number three. Can you think of another word that starts with the letters TRI? There are lots of them. I am thinking today of the… Continue reading Trinity Sunday