Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Lucky Ones

Have you ever considered how fortunate we are to have been born in this age when Jesus has already completed the work of salvation on our behalf?  Sometimes I feel like I take that  for granted.  As Jesus says in today’s … Continue reading

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How to Get to Heaven

Sadly, Father Catfish is dying of cancer.  Thought I would share this video.  Pray for him!   +6

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The Other Mary

Click on the link below for a short reflection on today’s Memorial of Mary Magdalene. July 22, 2014 Reflection +6

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Come Before the Lord

In ancient times, the people of Israel would offer sacrifices to God in order to atone for sins. In today’s first reading from the book of Micah, we hear that the Lord does not desire sacrifices, but rather deeds of … Continue reading

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Click on the link below to hear my homily for today. Homily for 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 20, 2014 +10

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Pepsi in Heaven


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Mercy, Not Sacrifice

In today’s gospel from Matthew, Jesus is chastised by the Pharisees for not preventing his disciples from picking and eating grain on the sabbath, a practice which was unlawful. Jesus deftly answers by turning their legalistic judgments against them. He … Continue reading

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