Author Will Duquette

Will Duquette is not a Catholic Mom. Instead, he's a software engineer by day, and a Lay Dominican by night…well, and by day, too. He's also the husband of Jane and the father of four kids, and he writes because he can't help it. When he's not at CatholicMom, which is virtually all of the time, Will blogs at Patheos at "Cry Woof!".

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0 The Mystery of Unity

Will Duquette reflects on the Mystery of Unity: when there is division in the Church it is like a sickness, one member warring against another; but this is contrary to the Spirit. Let us allow the Spirit to heal our wounds, and live as members of one body.

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1 The Mystery of Suffering

Like it or not (and who would!), suffering is regular part of daily life. Will Duquette continues his reflections on the Rosary with the reminder us that the Carrying of the Cross is the mystery of suffering: we are privileged to join our sufferings to Christ’s and to carry His cross in carrying our own.

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1 The Proclamation of the Kingdom: The Mystery of Preaching

When I come to the Proclamation of the Kingdom, I always imagine Christ and His disciples trudging down a dusty road in Galilee in the hot sun, en route from one town to another. Certainly He spoke in synagogues; certainly He spoke to large crowds of people; but the bulk of His time was taken up with the simple fact of traveling, on foot, with all of the discomfort that that implies.

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