Monthly Archives: November 2014

Called to Fellowship

Most times that I think about my relationship with Jesus, I think of him as Lord, Savior, Son of God.  Less often I think of him as a confidant or friend.  Maybe it is because to me it seems to … Continue reading

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Come, Lord Jesus

Psalm 95, with its plaintiff plea for the Lord to come and be with us, is one of the most powerful of all the psalms.  The psalm underscores our desire to live in right relationship with the Lord.  He gives … Continue reading

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The Fig Tree

Didn’t have access to my video recorder, so this reflection is audio only.  Click on the link below to hear today’s reflection on the gospel. November 28, 2014 Reflection +10

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Our Wonderful Faith

Tomorrow we will thank the Pilgrims.  Today let us thank our wonderful faith!   +11

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The End of Days

We know that the end times will come, and it is just human nature to try to “read the signs” and figure out for ourselves when Jesus will come back to renew the earth.  Sometimes we confuse the normal tumult … Continue reading

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Two Small Coins

Today’s gospel features Jesus shaming the wealthy with the example of a poor widow who charitably gave all that she had, while the rich put in offerings that came from their surplus. When Jesus looked up he saw some wealthy … Continue reading

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Christ the King

Click on the link below to hear today’s homily. Homily for Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, November 23, 2014 +13

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