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2014 Advent Prayer Reflection by Alyssa Belmonte

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 20, 2014

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LK 1: 26-38 The gospel of Luke for the third week of Advent is about the Immaculate Conception. The gospel reflects when the angel Gabriel was sent from God to the Virgin Mary. When he came to her, he said, “Hail, full of grace! The Lord is with you.” Mary was greatly troubles by this. Then the angel told her that she will conceive and bear a son and his name shall be Jesus. “He... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer Reflection by Kayla Joly

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 19, 2014

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Lk 1:5-25 This gospel of Luke tells us to listen to the voice of God. God wants us to always make it a point to just sit and listen to Him because He has all the answers. He can speak directly to our hearts and reveal the solutions to everything on our minds if we just listen. We must believe in the messages God relays to us; whether we think it is possible or not, God knows what is best for us and... Read More

2014 Advent prayer reflection by Stephanie Gallo

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 18, 2014

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MT 1:18-25 God gives grace to all who believe in Him. God’s plan of redemption begins with Mary saying yes to Him. It continues with the conception of Jesus in Mary’s womb. This begins the new era of Salvation! Eve was the mother of all humanity, doomed to sin. Mary, now, becomes the mother of the new “Adam” who will be father to a new humanity! The child that Mary holds is the fulfillment... Read More

2014 Advent Drive Results

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on December 17, 2014

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Thanks for all the support during this year’s Advent Drive! This year over $7,500 in gift cards, along with hundreds of shirts, toys, baby food, diapers, and baby clothing were donated to St. Raymond’s Church in East Rockaway, NY, St. Martha’s Church in Uniondale, NY, Our Holy Redeemer Church in Freeport, NY, and the Graymoor Friars in Garrison, NY. These outreach programs were... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer reflection by Thomas Lane

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 17, 2014

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MT 1:1-17 Matthew connects the genealogy of the Holy family and connects the significance of generations. Matthew begins with Abram, and connects the family’s descendants all the way to David, claiming 14 generations have passed. Then from David to the Babylonian Exile, another 14 generations have come to pass. Lastly from the Exile to Jesus, another 14 generations have passed. One part of the... Read More

2014 Advent prayer reflection by Jason Galarza

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 16, 2014

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MT: 28-32 In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus tells a story of a man that has two sons. The father asks the older son to go out and work in the vineyard. The older son says no but later on changes his mind and does the work anyway. Because the older son said no to his father, the father asked the younger son. The younger son agreed to work in the vineyard but did not work at all. At the end of this parable... Read More

Brother Kenneth Speaks on the Year of Consecrated Life at XLT

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on December 15, 2014

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Article by Tim Landers, Class of 2015: Pope St. John Paul II once said, “You must always be Eucharistic souls in order to be authentic Christians.” KMHS appreciates this deep spiritual truth in many ways but especially through its monthly XLT adoration experiences. On Wednesday, December 3, another successful XLT occurred. Some 200 students shuffled into the cafeteria in order to enjoy a meal as... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer reflection by Michelle Dec

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 15, 2014

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Matthew 21:23-27 The gospel of Matthew deals with the question of divine authority. As Catholics we believe that God is the ultimate and greatest authority in each of our lives. However, just as the chief priests in the gospel did, we can sometimes question the authority of God. It is natural for humans to ask questions and fall into periods of doubt. This is common especially in times of difficulty... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer Reflection by Regina Lacsa

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 14, 2014

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Jn 1:6-8, 19-28 During this Advent season, we prepare for the coming of the Lord, Jesus Christ. During Mary’s journey of awaiting the arrival of Jesus, she stayed with her cousin Elizabeth for some time, who had a baby named John. In this Gospel, we meet back with John years after he was born. The Levites and Pharisees were all asking if he was the Christ and the Prophet, but being humble, he said... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer Reflection by Mary Guardino

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 13, 2014

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Matthew 17: 9A, 10-13 This gospel passage from Matthew comes directly after Jesus’ Transfiguration in the presence of Peter, James, and John. During Jesus’ Transfiguration, God repeats His message from Jesus’ Baptism, saying, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased,” and adding the phrase: “listen to Him” (Matthew 17:5). As the disciples walk down the mountain with Jesus,... Read More

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