Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Culture War

An amazing talk.  Peter Kreeft speaks truth.  The best 45 minutes you will spend today.   +3

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Speaking the Truth in Christ

What do you think would happen if you boldly spoke the truth about Jesus?  I wish I could tell you that everyone would nod vigorously and conform their life to that truth.  But we all know that wouldn’t happen.  Why is that? … Continue reading

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What, Me Worry?

Like many boys who grew up in the 60’s and 70’s, I spent countless hours reading Mad Magazine, the cover of which always sported a larger than life image of the guy pictured above, Alfred E. Neuman.  His mantra was … Continue reading

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Why Judas?

Have you ever wondered why Jesus chose Judas to be one of his Apostles?  He knew that Judas would betray him, would break his heart, would be the cause of his passion and death.  Couldn’t he have chosen an easier … Continue reading

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Crickets

As you already know. I have been discouraged over the last few weeks as I have followed the goings with the Synod on the Family in Rome.  Now that it is over, I can’t help but feel that the this … Continue reading

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Abba, Father

God loves us.  He chose us to be his children.  In today’s passage from Saint Paul’s letter to the Romans we are told that because of the sacrifice of Christ we are no longer slaves but instead we have become the … Continue reading

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Bartimaeus

Click on the link below to hear my homily for today. Homily for 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 25, 2015 +6

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