By Mario Martinez

 It is of humans to pursue things that captivate us, with the hope they will bring us a sense of fulfillment. It begins when we spend countless hours thinking about how that behavior or object will help us become a better person or achieve happiness.

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By Ray Almanza

 When someone asks me, “how are you doing?” nine out of ten times I reply, somewhat unreflectively, “busy,” or, “very busy!” I’m sure this response is not unfamiliar to most people.

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By Ray Almanza

 What is the meaning of Lent? It is very likely that the answer to this question, for most people, will have something to do with penance.

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By Maria Covarrubias

 “The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone…” 

 We read this statement several times in the readings at the beginning of Easter. Peter, himself, filled with the Holy Spirit proclaims this to the elders and scribes as a response of their questioning of “by what power or by what name have you done this?”

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By Maria G. Covarrubias

 We are at the beginning of a New Year. We have experienced a bitter presidential election and some are experiencing anxiety about the future under this new leadership, while others welcome it. But we are people of hope! Many signs of life and hope are around us. 

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