Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Brokenhearted

Psalm 34 is one that  should give us peace and hope. It should also help us to understand that it is not our responsibility to right every wrong and confront evildoers. After all, the Lord reminds us that it is He … Continue reading

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A Moses Moment

In today’s first reading from Exodus we hear that God was so angry about the depravity that had spread among the people of Israel that he intended to destroy them.  However, in a moment of supreme courage, Moses pled with the … Continue reading

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God Always Loves Us

It’s so true! +2

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Flowing Water

Today’s reading from Ezekiel is a beautiful metaphoric explanation of how love and mercy flow like water from the Lord to his people.  It is a reading that beautifully expresses the depths of God’s faithfulness and forgiveness, particularly the phrase “for wherever … Continue reading

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Born Blind

Homily for the 4th Sunday of Lent, March 26, 2017 +2

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Men of God

Today, thousands of Catholic men will come together in Baltimore to celebrate their faith and their love for the Lord.  We will be taught and inspired by Dr. Scott Hahn, who will open our hearts to the truth of our … Continue reading

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Love the Lord

So often when we hear today’s gospel passage from Mark we focus on the command to love our neighbor. Perhaps we do so because we can see our neighbor in the physical world we live in.  Yet Jesus is absolutely adamant that … Continue reading

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