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The beginning of a New Year invites new beginnings. Not necessarily something completely new. For much in life remains unchanged: the same routine, the same problems, the same wrestling with conflicts within. Nevertheless, the New Year’s invitation is there with a slice of hamon Serrano and the uncorked bottle of sparkling champagne! “Happy New Year!” – as years have passed that have been less than happy! “A prosperous New Year!” – as years have passed that have been marked by want. “A blessed New Year!” – as years have passed with no consciousness of blessing from above.

“In the beginning was the Word…” (Jn 1:1). So, the first line of today’s Gospel. In the Church the invitation to new beginnings is welcomed with a reminder of the beginning. We don’t normally think about this beginning. How think what is before the creation of the world? How think what is before…

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Author: Josh Jimenez

A 23 year old Pharmacy student from Manila, Philippines He enjoys drinking Chamomile Tea, with Clean Bandit Tracks on deck, while reading his books, or jotting up notes for his next blog post.

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