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      I find that during the months of Ordinary time my Faith can become a little 'dull' because really  there isn't the exciting and faith rising events happening. Quite frankly, it seems to be a time where nothing special takes place, people don't have the same up-beet attitude like they did during Christmas and Easter, and it seems like the time in between becomes just another routine added into my life.

     I do believe that Christmas and Easter should be filled with a certain eagerness ( Thats the point. We are waiting for either the birth or resurrection of Christ)  But that shouldn't mean the time in between (Ordinary time) should just be the same boring old stuff...right?

     Well with this series I want to offer many things that can help make this Ordinary time a little less ordinary. I want to help lift the 'couch-potato' faith and give it a new eagerness, a new yearning  for Christ during Ordinary time. I want to get rid of this 'routine' feeling to Ordinary Time, and make it become an Extraordinary time.

     It will be a series to lift your faith a little higher. That is, It will make this Ordinary time a little more faith filled. Every Tuesday, starting on August 5th, a new post will be posted to help make your Ordinary time a little less ordinary.

     If you bookmark this post, then you will be able to find a link to the new post every day! So make sure you come back and visit this page! Their will be links to the next and previous post on each blog post to make everything nice and easy to keep track of!

     If you have any future suggestions, comments, or questions throughout the series please feel free to leave a comment in the comment section below!
     See you this Tuesday!


August 5: First Post
August 12: Second Post
August 19: Third Post
August 26: Fourth Post



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