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09/03/19-Bishop Campbell-Living The Catholic Life: Labor Day and the meaning of work. “God Himself worked and blessed the nature of work,” said Saint Pope John Paul II. In the pagan world, Christ restored the dignity of labor, especially manual labor. Because of sin, work can become toil, yet even toil can be beneficial as a sacrifice.

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08/27/19- Bishop Campbell-Living The Catholic Life: The desire for God. How do we understand this enduring sense that temporal goods and experiences are not enough?

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08/20/19- Bishop Campbell-Living The Catholic Life: Discipleship enlightened by Saint Bernard of Clairvaux. How spirit of discipline and passion of evangelization triumphed over the great crisis of Church in 12th century. St. Bernard’s stages of conversion.

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08/13/19-Bishop Campbell-Living The Catholic Life: Reflections on the feast of the Assumption. Mary as a model of discipleship.

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