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Saturday, Feb 29, 2020
SATURDAY AFTER ASH WEDNESDAY
Take a leap of faith

It's nice to know that the leap year has a historical connection to the Catholic Church. In 1582, Pope Gregory introduced the Gregorian calendar, still in use in much of the world today. The calendar corrected the former Julian calendar by providing a more accurate calculation of the year with the addition of an extra day every four years so that the calendar did not drift too far away from the actual movement of the earth around the sun. Let’s give a special nod to Pope Gregory today for keeping us on track as we work to stay on course with our Lenten promises.

TODAY'S READINGS: Isaiah 58:9b-14; Luke 5:27-32 (222). “If you call the sabbath a delight, and the LORD’s holy day honorable . . . then you shall delight in the LORD.”

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The Irish pastor said, “Everyone who wants to go to Heaven stand up!” and the whole church stood up.  And he said, “And those who want to go to hell, remain standing!” At the back of the church, old Murphy remained standing.   The pastor said, “Murphy, do you want to go to hell?”  Murphy said, “No, Father… I just hate to see you go there all by yourself!” 

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