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Willing Your Way to Mercy

May 4, 2016 by  
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Willing Your Way to Mercy “For judgment is merciless to one who has not shown mercy. Mercy triumphs over judgment.” – James 2:13 By now, Catholics around the world are becoming more and more familiar with Pope Francis’ approach to winning the world to the Faith – through ordinary yet extravagant acts of mercy. In fact, our Holy Father has declared this to be the ‘Year of Mercy’ for the universal Church. But why?... Read More

Reflecting on the Journey’s End: Avila to Aspen Wrap-Up

August 8, 2015 by  
Filed under Avila to Aspen Blog, Fr. John Hilton

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Reflecting on the Journey’s End: Avila to Aspen Wrap-Up Fr. Hilton is back in Aspen, Colorado, after his journey across the United States this summer for the Avila to Aspen initiative. Here’s the trip by the numbers: 54 days total. 3398.56 miles traveled from Anacortes, Washington, to Bar Harbor, Maine. 365.8 hours biking. Here are a few of our favorite videos from Fr. Hilton’s trip: Day 1: The send-off in... Read More

Week 7 on the Road with Fr Hilton

July 23, 2015 by  
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Week 7 on the Road with Fr Hilton As this seventh week ends, we find Fr Hilton in Maine and very near the end of his Avila to Aspen trip across the United States. Here’s the trip so far by the numbers: 50 days since he left. 375.81 miles this week; 3186.02 miles total. 46.72 hours biking this week; x hours total. If you’ve missed any of Fr Hilton’s posts this week, here’s a brief summary: Day 44 (July... Read More

Avila to Aspen Week 5 On the Road with Fr Hilton

July 9, 2015 by  
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Avila to Aspen Week 5 on the Road with Fr Hilton Fr Hilton has worked his way across Michigan this week as he’s continued his cycling trip across the United States. He’s closer than ever to his end goal of Bar Harbor, Maine! Here’s the trip so far by the numbers: 36 days since he left (June 2 – July 7). 374.36 miles this week; 2376 miles total. 36.67 hours biking this week; 245.23 hours total. If you’ve... Read More

31 Days and 2001 Miles: Week 4 on the Road with Fr Hilton

July 2, 2015 by  
Filed under Avila to Aspen Blog, Fr. John Hilton

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Week 4 on the Road with Fr Hilton The week began on the road with Fr Hilton in Minnesota; as this post goes live, he’s near Green Bay, Wisconsin and getting ready to board the ferry across Lake Michigan. On Saturday, June 27, Fr Hilton and Dan Burke spoke with Peggy Stanton on the “Power From the Pews” show on Ave Maria Radio. You can listen to the interview by clicking HERE. Here’s the trip so far by... Read More

Week 2 on the Road with Fr Hilton

June 18, 2015 by  
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Week 2 on the Road with Fr Hilton This week, Fr Hilton left the mountains behind and entered the High Plains. Here’s the trip so far by the numbers: 15 days since he left. 484.94 miles this week; 976.69 miles total. 48.62 hours biking this week; 105.65 hours total. If you’ve missed any of Fr Hilton’s posts this week, here’s a brief summary: Day 9 (June 10): Highlights include Loon Lake, Kootenai River,... Read More

Week 1 on the Road with Fr Hilton

June 11, 2015 by  
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Week 1 on the Road with Fr Hilton Last Tuesday, June 2, Fr John Hilton dipped his bike in the Pacific Ocean off of Anacortes, Washington and began his trip across the country. 9 days since he left. 66 hours on the bike. 579.18 miles covered. 5486 feet in elevation. If you’ve missed any of Fr. Hilton’s posts this week, here’s a brief summary: Day 1: One of Fr. Hilton’s biggest worries was rain, and he had... Read More

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