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March 2020

Mar 23

3/22/20 Fourth Sunday in Lent - Fr. Reggie

Jesus gave this blind man two priceless gifts? First, Jesus gave him the joy of physical sight. For the first time in his life he could see. All of the things that he had known just by words, sound, and touch suddenly came alive. Color flooded his mind and filled him with wonder; the visual...
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Mar 23

03/22/20 Fourth Sunday in Lent - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Fourth Sunday of Lent Lectionary: 31 The Prophet Samuel reminds us today: “Not as man sees does God see, because man sees the appearance, but the LORD looks into the heart.” The Pharisees were focused upon following the “Letter of their Law,” they had pre-set expectations for God –...
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Mar 23

03/15/20 Third Sunday of Len t - Fr. Reggie

We all experience two kinds of thirst in life, and unless we understand the difference between them, we will always be frustrated. The first kind of thirst is horizontal thirst. We thirst for, we desire, the good things of this earth: food, drink, companionship, fun, entertainment, a nice house, a good...
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Mar 23

03/08/2020 Second Sunday of Lent - Fr. Reggie

What God is asking of each one of us is completely beyond our capacities, if we depend on ourselves more than on God. We cannot become what we are called to become - courageous, wise, self-controlled, and just, ambassadors of Christ's truth, joy, and lasting peace - by our own strength....
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Mar 4

03/01/2020 First Sunday in Lent - Fr. Reggie

St Paul's Letter to the Romans is unique. His other Letters were written in response to specific struggles being faced by local Christian communities. But he had a different goal with his Letter to the Romans. He was hoping to begin soon a new series of missionary journeys that would bring...
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Mar 4

03/01/2020 First Sunday in Lent - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti First Sunday of Lent Lectionary: 22 From our first reading: “You certainly will not die! No, God knows well that the moment you eat of it your eyes will be opened and you will be like gods who know what is good and what is evil.” Perhaps it’s our human “God complex” that causes us the most...
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