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April 2020

Apr 27

042620 Third Sunday in Easter - Fr. Reggie

God teaches us many things about himself through Christ's resurrection. One of them is that he will never fail us. This is the main point of St Peter's discourse from the Book of Acts. He explains how Christ's resurrection was the fulfillment of the solemn Old Testament promise that a descendent of King David...
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Apr 24

041920 Divine Mercy Sunday

Why is today Divine Mercy Sunday? On April 30, 2000, Pope John Paul II canonized the Polish nun who had received from Christ the amazing revelations of the Divine Mercy in the early years of the twentieth century, Saint Mary Faustina Kowalska [koh- VAHL-skuh]. During that ceremony, the pope fulfilled one of...
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Apr 13

04/11/20 Easter Vigil - Fr.Reggie

On this Holy Saturday, we wait with prayerful perseverance and hope during these dark hours while we remember Christ in the tomb. But a new day is about to dawn. St. John Paul II said, “Do not abandon yourself to despair. We are Easter people and Alleluia is our song.” As Easter people, hope is our Christian identity. We are beloved...
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Apr 13

04/12/20 - Easter Sunday - Fr.Reggie

We were created for joy. You never hear someone say, “You know, this whole joy thing is not for me. I wish I had a little bit more misery in my life.” We are created for joy, but we come to realize that it’s not something we can just buy at the local Wal-Mart.  Think about the most joyful moments of your life. Isn’t...
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Apr 13

04/10/20 Good Friday - Fr. Reggie

As we contemplate Our Lord crucified today, we behold a tragedy, the tragedy of an innocent man publicly executed. Jesus’ only “crime” was to identify himself as the Messiah, and that’s who he was; he did so to the Sanhedrin, so they decided to have him killed, and he did so to Pilate, who sentenced him to death. His...
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Apr 13

04/09/20 Holy Thursday - Fr. Reggie

With this celebration, the Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper, we inaugurate the Sacred Paschal Triduum. We inaugurate three days of life, suffering, passion, death, and Resurrection. We return to the upper room with Our Lord and his closest disciples, and we remember three inestimably valuable gifts that Our Lord gives us on this night:...
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Apr 13

04/05/20 Palm Sunday - Fr. Reggie

Today all Catholics throughout the world turn their hearts and minds once again to the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. That suffering won for all mankind the definitive victory over sin and hopelessness - a victory we declare and celebrate with these palm branches, the ancient world's symbol of triumph. But...
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Apr 3

3/29/20 Fifth Sunday of Lent - Fr. Reggie

St John points out that "Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus." And yet, in spite of his love, Jesus doesn't rush back to Jerusalem to heal Lazarus. Nor does he heal him from a distance, as he did with the Centurion's servant. Jesus loves these friends, and yet he lets them suffer....
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