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Loyola Press has a Three-Minute Retreat on this website.
How grateful I am to Loyola Press (and to CathNews) for this daily Retreat! I am a nun living alone and it helps me to make a good start for the day. I wish I knew more about the computer so that I could be sure of getting it each day.
Posted By: Sister Mary Noonan
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