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The Power of Hope For Catholic Teachers

March 24, 2020

Do you feel a loss of hope during this current crisis? It’s understandable that many of us can feel like things are very bleak. In these seasons Christian hope becomes more important than ever. In today’s episode I want to talk with you about the importance of choosing hope and also choosing to bring that hope into the lives of others. Hope comes not from a refusal to acknowledge the reality of a situation but to place our trust and confidence in the one who holds the future safely in his hands.

 

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Life offers us so many possibilities. I’ve always been interested in why some people live amazing lives of contribution and success and why so many struggle with lost ambitions, unfulfilling relationships and the status quo.

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