Monthly Archives: March 2016

Eucharist

It takes away sin.  It is as close to Jesus as we can get while we live on this earth.  It joins us with each other. Brothers and sisters: I received from the Lord what I also handed on to … Continue reading

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A Well-Trained Tongue

Are we ready to be disciples of Jesus?  If we are to be effective, we need to learn how to share the gospel.  Some of us think that we aren’t articulate enough to be effective. Fortunately, living a virtuous, faithful … Continue reading

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With Arms Wide Open

How does God meet us?  He meets us with arms wide open.   +6

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Opening the Eyes of the Blind

Jesus came into the world to change it in a profound way.  He wasn’t what the people of his time expected and he probably wasn’t what they had hoped for in a Messiah. Israel wanted a military leader.  But Jesus … Continue reading

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Humble Jesus

Homily for Palm Sunday, March 20, 2016 +4

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Saint Joseph

Does it bother you as much as it does me that Saint Joseph is treated as a bit player in the life of Jesus?  Perhaps it’s because the scriptures have so little to say about Joseph’s relationship with Jesus.  Whatever … Continue reading

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Padre Pio

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