Monthly Archives: December 2013

Testify to the Light

In today’s gospel, John reveals to us the true nature of Jesus.  He is the one who is the light of the world, in him we are enlightened.  His entry into the world was the turning point of history.  Before … Continue reading

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Lump

Your father loves you, no matter what! +11

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Joseph the Carpenter

Click on the link for a short reflection on today’s readings. December 29, 2013 Reflection +10

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Without Sin?

It seems that we live in a time when many people reject the concept of personal sin.  Some take the position that no matter what wrong we do, it is somehow the fault of someone or something else.  Perhaps we … Continue reading

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Word of Life

Click on the link below for a short reflection on today’s first reading. December 27, 2013 Reflection +9

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St. Stephen

Today is the feast of St. Stephen, the first martyr.  He was a man of great faith, selected by the apostles to be one of the first deacons.  In those days, as today, a deacon was given both the ministry … Continue reading

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Do Not Be Afraid

Click on the link below to hear my Christmas homily. Christmas Homily, December 24, 2013 +14

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