Thursday, January 03, 2008

OTU #64 - Catholic New Year's Resolutions

Happy New Year!

We're happy to be back with our first episode of 2008! In this episode, Fr. Gary Kastl and Steve talk about New Year's Resolutions and what we should "resolve" to do to improve our own journeys to God.

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Music in this episode from
Dusty Porch by John Williams

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1 comment:

Pat Padley said...

I think the important thing about New Year's resolutions is not how big they are or how much something is, but that you actually do them. Thats why this year I'm keeping it simple. I think it will be easier to keep up with a few things rather trying to tackle alot of things.

Other than working out at least twice a week my other New Year's resolutions are working on keeping up daily prayer including praying together with my friends to improve our relationship (i.e. adoration) and seeking out more information about the churches teaching.

Happy New Year!