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Thurs. Oct. 19 at 6 pm Parish Council-Conf Room and 8 PM Mom's Book Club in PC. Parish Census again this weekend after all Masses. BIBLE STUDY starts Monday Oct 23 at 10 am & 6:30 pm.

WEEKLY HOMILY BLOGS

September 2015

Sep 27

09/27/15 Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Every once in a while it is a good thing for us to take time to reflect on topics that make us uncomfortable. Today the Church is inviting us to do just that. Throughout the Readings, today's liturgy emphasizes one simple truth of our Catholic faith: sin matters. In today's First...
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Sep 27

09/27/15 Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. James

Our liturgy of today invites us to understand the meaning of discipleship and the need of our fidelity to the Lord as his chosen persons.   In the First Reading we hear God takes some of the Spirit of Moses and bestows it on seventy chosen helpers. God was teaching Moses that he should be proclaiming the word of God with the spirit rather...
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Sep 22

09/20/15 Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

One of the many surprising things about the New Testament is its honesty. the apostles didn't understand the real nature of Christ's Kingdom. Christ's Kingdom is not a political, military reality. When we pray "Thy Kingdom Come!" we are not praying for political victories. Christ's Kingdom...
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Sep 22

09/20/15 Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. James

Our liturgy of today invites us to understand the meaning of discipleship and the need of our fidelity to the Lord as his chosen persons. In the First Reading we hear God takes some of the Spirit of Moses and bestows it on seventy chosen helpers. God was teaching Moses that he should be proclaiming the word of God with the spirit rather than go...
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Sep 18

Deacon Tony Talks - Year of Mercy Talk 1 September 15, 2015

Deacon Tony Conti September 2015 Introduction to Misericordiae Vultus This coming Liturgical Year… We’re going to present a series of Evenings of Reflection centered around Pope Francis’ declaration of a “Holy Year of Mercy”… Tonight we’re going to look at Misericordiae Vultus – The Papal...
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Sep 14

09/13/15 Twenty Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

"You are thinking not as God does, but as human beings do." In other words, God's ways differ from our ways, and we need to learn to follow him and not ourselves. Christ teaches this lesson in the context of his own passion and death, which he has just predicted to his band of...
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Sep 14

09/13/15 Twenty Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Ron

None of us likes to suffer, and we all view death with a certain apprehension. These are most human responses. In fact, the Son of God himself prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane in dread of the suffering and death that he faced. "My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from me; yet, not as I will, but as you will." In today's...
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Sep 7

09/06/15 Twenty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr Reggie

St Mark includes a puzzling observation towards the end of today's Gospel passage. He writes that Jesus ordered everyone to keep this amazing miracle under wraps, not to spread the news, not to talk about it. Why would he do such a thing? Was he shy? Was he fearful? No, he was simply wise. Jesus knows...
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Sep 7

09/06/15 Twenty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

From the Prophet Isaiah: “Say to those whose hearts are frightened: Be strong, fear not!  Here is your God, He comes with vindication; with divine recompense He comes to save you…” Jesus comes to save us not from the world, but from ourselves… From our fears of abandonment, from our inferiority complexes, from our...
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WEEKLY HOMILY BLOGS

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