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WEEKLY HOMILY BLOGS

September 2018

Sep 18

9/16/18 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Today’s readings remind us that hearing something and listening to it are two different things. In today’s First Reading, part of Isaiah’s prophecy of the Suffering Servant, Our Lord reminds us that sometimes he needs to open our ears, just like he did to Peter in the Gospel today. Sometimes we can take that for granted, and...
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Sep 18

9/2/18 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Today’s readings remind us that the source if good and evil is the heart, not external things. The heart is our inner sanctum where we can be pure or defiled, and both conditions try to go beyond their confines to influence the lives of others. In today’s First Reading we’re reminded that the purpose of the Law is to enable us...
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Sep 18

9/16/18 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Damian

Who is Jesus for you - and what difference does he make in your life? Many in Israel recognized Jesus as a mighty man of God, even comparing him with the greatest of the prophets. Peter, always quick to respond whenever Jesus spoke, professed that Jesus was truly the "Christ of God" - "the Son of the living God" (Matthew...
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Sep 18

9/16/18 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 131 From today’s second reading from the Letter of St. James: “What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone says he has faith but does not have works?”  And he goes on to say: “So also faith of itself, if it does not have works, is...
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