Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Greatness of Our God

If we forget the greatness of God we can fall into the error of assuming that the good things of our life are the result of our efforts.  In today’s first reading from the Book of Job, the Lord gently … Continue reading

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Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

We know that Michael, Gabriel and Raphael are archangels, but what exactly are they and what role have they played in the creation of the kingdom of God? Michael’s name means “one who is like God.”  His primary role is to … Continue reading

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All In

If you really have thought about it you will no doubt have appreciated the fact that there is significant sacrifice at the center of your walk with Jesus. Why?  Because living the gospel means spreading the good news even when it requires us … Continue reading

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Saint Vincent de Paul

It is good that we learn today about the life of Saint Vincent de Paul since he reminds us of our need to be people of charity, especially to the poor. Saint Vincent is often called the apostle of charity and the father of … Continue reading

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Lazarus and the Rich Man

Homily for 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, September 25, 2016 +3

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Morning Prayer

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Turn! Turn! Turn!

Thanks to the Byrds, today’s scripture from Ecclesiastes might be the most familiar passage in the entire Old Testament. You know you want to hear it …. There is an appointed time for everything, and a time for every thing under … Continue reading

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