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WEEKLY HOMILY BLOGS

June 2019

Jun 26

06/23/19 Corpus Christi - Fr. Reggie

Today we celebrate a gift born of blessings from Our Lord, the blessing that bread and wine, combined with his sacrifice, become his Body and Blood, the Eucharist. The First Reading today shows us a foreshadowing of the gift we are celebrating today. Abram, who we know today as Abraham, our father in faith, had just rescued his nephew Lot from...
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Jun 26

6/23/19 Corpus Christi - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ Lectionary: 169 We come here to Our Father’s House to show our love for a God Who does not demand sacrifice… Who does not demand our worship… but rather; Who pleads for us to remember the example of His Son... Twice in our second reading St. Paul...
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Jun 14

060919 Pentecost - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Pentecost Sunday - Mass during the Day     Lectionary: 63   Our responsorial psalm reflects the hopes and dreams of all human beings: “Lord, send out your Spirit, and renew the face of the earth.” There’s a lot of renewal needed in our world… And that renewal always begins...
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Jun 14

060919 Pentecost - Fr. Reggie

Some people call Pentecost Sunday the birthday of the Church, but, while a lovely thought, that’s not entirely accurate. Today, the last day of the Easter season, we celebrate when the Church “goes public”: the frightened men in the upper room are emboldened by the Holy Spirit to go out and proclaim the Good News, and the Holy...
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Jun 5

06/02/19 Seventh Sunday of Easter - Fr. Damian

Have you considered the energy and power behind the word “up,” especially when it comes before or after another word? Let us consider some examples: upward, upcoming, upgrade, update, wake up, brighten up, open up, take up, stir up, build up, and look up. You would observe that when one removes the “up” from these words,...
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Jun 5

06/02/19 Seventh Sunday of Easter - Fr. Reggie

Why didn't Jesus save St Stephen from being killed? Had Jesus forgotten about his faithful disciple, his holy deacon? Not at all. Jesus did save St Stephen; he did come to the rescue. And the way he did so teaches us a crucial lesson about what Jesus really cares about. The scene we just listened to takes...
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Jun 5

05/30/19 Ascension 2 - Fr. Reggie

Today we do a strange thing. Today we celebrate our Savior's departure from earth. He became man and was born on Christmas. For thirty years he lived a hidden life in Nazareth, sharing the mundane struggles experienced by every working family. For three years he travelled around...
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Jun 5

05/30/19 The Ascension of the Lord - Fr. Reggie

After forty days of being with the disciples after his Resurrection, which we have celebrated during these forty days of the Easter season, Jesus has crossed into Heaven to take his place at the Father’s right hand, as the prophecies foretold for the Messiah. The Father has crowned him with the glory he merited by his Passion, Death, and...
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