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WEEKLY HOMILY BLOGS

September 2017

Sep 28

9/17/17 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 130 From today’s responsorial psalm: “The Lord is kind and merciful, slow to anger, and rich in compassion.” And from today’s Gospel: “Then in anger his master handed him over to the torturers until he should pay back the whole debt.  So...
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Sep 28

8/27/17 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 121 From today’s Gospel Jesus asks: “But who do you say that I am?” This is a question that we must all answer for ourselves... It's an important question, because how we see God determines everything in our faith lives and in our daily lives…... Our faith...
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Sep 25

09/24/17 - 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Christ himself is the generous landowner in this parable, and the lesson he wants us to learn is that his generosity goes beyond even our widest comprehension. This is why in the First Reading God tells us that "My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways my ways." To pay these hired workers a...
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Sep 25

09/24/17 -25th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Damian

The first principle of psychology is that each one of us sees life from our own perspective. Each of you is looking at me as I preach. Yet each of you sees me differently.   The capacity to look at life from our own individual perspective plays out in countless ways. How many times have we looked at a couple and mused: “What does...
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Sep 12

9/10/17 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Freedom is something everyone talks about but few people think about. Today, the Lord wants us to think about it. There are three types of freedom. First, freedom from physical restraint. Nazi concentration camps during World War II violated this type of freedom. People were...
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Sep 12

9/3/17 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Jesus Christ loves us enough to tell us the truth about ourselves. Those who selfishly use other people instead of seeking their authentic good rarely tell them hard truths. It's too risky. Pointing out their failings may result in offense and rejection - like the parents who are afraid to...
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Sep 12

9/10/17 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Damian

A college student called me up a few days ago and was crying on the phone. She explained to me how difficult it was to live her Catholic faith on campus. She was crying not because she had made mistakes but because so many of her friends were getting themselves into serious troubles. One friend recently wanted to kill herself. After talking to...
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Sep 12

9/3/17 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Damian

   At one point in our lives, we all have someone whom we look up to idolize – a movie star, a performer, an athlete, among others. We are happy when our idol is happy and sad when he/she is not doing well. Fans mourn the death of their idols, even when so far away.        In our Gospel reading today...
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