Monthly Archives: June 2016

Perfect

Some things in life are perfect.  I can think of three off the top of my head.  The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The law of the LORD is perfect, refreshing the soul; The decree of the LORD … Continue reading

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So Different, So Alike

Today we celebrate Saint Peter and Saint Paul, perhaps the two greatest apostles of Jesus. At first glance, you might think that these two men couldn’t be more different from each other.  Peter walked with Jesus every day and was … Continue reading

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Asleep

What strikes you as most remarkable in today’s gospel passage?  Is it that Jesus calmed the seas, or is it that he was sleeping in the boat during a violent storm? As Jesus got into a boat, his disciples followed him. … Continue reading

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The Other Shore

How interesting that in today’s gospel Jesus affirmatively decides that he doesn’t want to deal with the crowds around him so he gives orders to cross to the other shore.  This is a wonderful lesson for us.  Jesus was fully … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Indifferent

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Scripture in the Mass

Some of our Protestant friends are of the opinion that the Order of the Mass is somehow not consistent with sacred scripture.  They couldn’t be more wrong.  In fact, the Mass is the world’s greatest celebration of the scriptures, as it … Continue reading

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Birth of the Baptist

The conception and birth of John the Baptist was an astounding miracle.  His mother Elizabeth was barren and his father Zechariah was an old man.  And yet, nothing is impossible with God.  John was conceived for one purpose, to herald … Continue reading

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