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The Franciscan Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother of Nebraska City gather with a group of parishioners from St. Mary's and St. Benedict's parishes to read, pray, study, and reflect on the meaning of the upcoming Sunday Mass Readings. Through their Catholic Bible Study, they hope to be able to more fruitfully receive our Lord in Holy Communion each Sunday.
 
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Can we be joyful and envious at the same time? The holiday season hopes to bring joy, but we can also find ourselves pained with envy, not wanting others to be blessed in the ways God has blessed them. In this week’s episode, Jeff gives us several ways to overcome envy and celebrate the freedom that Christ came for us to have. Snippet from the Show…
 
This is a Catholic Bible study for the Solemnity of Christ the King. It is the last Sunday in the Church Year. As we look forward to having Christ as our Lord in Heaven, we need to see Him present in our daily lives in all our areas of life. May Christ Reign in our hearts, lives and souls FOREVER!Von Franciscan Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother
 
To support Ascension’s free media, please click here! To find out more about how your gift will be used, please click here!! What do we do in the midst of chaos? How do we handle the daily anxiety that life tries to throw at us on so many different levels? This week, Jeff reminds us that even though life is hard and sometimes we can’t figure it out…
 
Is it possible that we give too much credence to politics and our political leaders? In today’s episode, Jeff helps us as Catholic Christians to navigate through the election outcomes. We might be willing to engage in a political debate with our cousin or with our sister or someone at work. But how many Catholics are willing to bring up the Good Ne…
 
This is a Catholic Bible study for the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time. As we draw closer to the end of the Church Year, we continue to focus on the end times. Lord, may our hearts be opened to receive your graces and may we always walk in your mercy.Von Franciscan Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother
 
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