Living in Hope: 3-Minute Retreat


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Living in Hope

Peggy Weber shares her reflection on today’s retreat:

When a new boss takes over, everyone in the office gets a bit nervous. A new person on top usually means change, and many people fear change, or at least the unknown. Jesus understood. He was preaching some different messages. When explaining how to handle a hurt, it was no longer an eye for eye, but now the lesson was about forgiving 77 times. But Jesus respected his past while fulfilling all that was promised there. He came to fulfill not abolish. He came to breathe new life, but it was a life that had been anticipated in the Old Testament. He’s the new boss who respects everyone and is trying to bring out the best in all.

Jesus, guide me in how I can help fulfill your laws, especially those of love.

Vinita Hampton Wright

Peggy Weber

Peggy Weber is an award-winning journalist and author who has been working at her craft for almost 40 years, primarily with the Catholic press. The author of the popular "Spun from the Web" column, she loves her faith, family, baseball and chocolate, not necessarily in that order. She loves to laugh a lot—often at herself—which helps her to truly feel “enough.

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Books by Peggy Weber

Enough as You Are

Overcoming Self-Doubt and Appreciating the Gift of You

Weber reflects on her experiences of self-doubt, insecurity, growth, and discovery that she, like all of us, is already enough and worthy of God’s love.

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