In The Afterglow
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The disciples were being tossed about in a boat a few
miles offshore. They saw Jesus in the middle of their stormy night.
They thought him to be a ghost. A phantom... To them,
the glow was anything but God. When we see gentle lights on the
horizon, we often have the same reaction. We dismiss occasional
kindness as apparitions, accidents, or anomalies. Anything but
And because we look for the bonfire, we miss the
candle. Because we listen for the shout, we miss the whisper.
But it is in burnished candles that God comes, and through whispered
promises he speaks: “When you doubt, look around; He is closer
than you think.” He is In The Afterglow.
“He that is of the opinion money
will do everything may well be suspected of doing everything for
money.” – Benjamin Franklin
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In the Afterglow Ceramic Mugs Now Available!
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your favorite beverage in your very own In the Afterglow ceramic mug
while listening to Father John In the Afterglow. Your
donation of $20 includes shipping and handling. Order now
call 203.758.7367 and ask for Francine. Supplies are limited
Click on the thumbnail images for a larger view.
The photo depicted on the mug was taken along the
highway between Agrigento and Giardini Naxos, Sicily at about 7:15
p.m., during our pilgrimage tour to Sicily & Malta in 2012 by our
business manager, Scott Parmelee.
A Letter from Veronica...
Take A Stand with Father John
If you missed Tuesday, April 24th's Live call-in
Take A Stand with Father John... In The After Glow, when Fr. John
was joined by Bishop Michael R. Cote of the Diocese of Norwich, and the new United States Health and Human Services mandate
on health insurance and the attack on religious freedom was
discussed, you can listen to the program by clicking the links
below. We broke the program up into three parts to decrease
the size of the mp3 files.
24, 2012 - Part 1
24, 2012 - Part 2
24, 2012 - Part 3
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