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Pope Benedict XVI from his 
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War Stories Ignite Lector Meetings
At our church's annual lector meetings just before the start
of a new liturgical year, we always include a segment called 
"Lectors Unleash" where some of our lectors give testimonies 
on how they feel about our ministry. It's always a highlight 
and a great way to spark your meetings. Read More 

                      Turned Off by Politicized Petitions?
                        Some of us may not enjoy reading petitions (Prayers of the Faithful) 
                        we're not comfortable with. Those that are too slanted in some way
                        such as welcoming gays into the church or embracing other faiths, for 
                        example. Here are some ways to handle it. Read More

Strong Words from a Loving Pope
In his engaging book, The Joy of the Gospel, Pope Francis puts great
importance on diligent preparation of homilies, which also applies to 
the preparation of the readings. "A preacher who does not prepare is 
not spiritual," notes the Pope. "He is dishonest and irresponsible with 
the gifts he has received." Read More

                         Can We Be Too Dramatic?
​                            In his book, The Spoken Christ, Fr. Willard Francis Jabusch cautions                             us not to add our own novel emotions or dramatizations into the text,                             but to be able to interpret the richness that awaits us in the text and                             then convey that richness to our listeners." We must in his words,                             "Go all the way in your effort to be faithful to the text." Read More
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