Monthly Archives: March 2014

Headlong

We are reminded today by our reading of Luke’s gospel  just how dangerous it was for Jesus to speak the truth in the presence  of the religious leaders of his day.  Jesus chided those leaders by reminding them that even … Continue reading

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Jacob’s Well

Click on the link below to hear my homily on today’s gospel. Third Sunday of Lent, March 23, 2014 +2

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Come Back

Click on the link below for a short reflection on today’s gospel. March 22, 2014 Reflection +7

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Alone

Have you ever felt that you are alone?  Truly, desperately alone?  That  there isn’t anyone in your life that you can trust or depend on? For most of us the answer to these questions is no.  We live a life … Continue reading

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A Great Chasm

In today’s gospel passage from Luke, Jesus tells the Pharisees a parable about Lazarus, a beggar who in the afterlife is comforted in the bosom of Abraham.  Lazarus had spent his life begging on the doorstep of  the house of … Continue reading

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Anti-Catholic Prejudice

We all know that it exists …   +2

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Pray for Each Other

Lent is such a great season.  It provides us with the impetus to see our daily lives as part of our journey toward holiness.  Here’s my thought for today’s journey: Pray for each other.  Pray for the needs of your … Continue reading

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