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The Rosary

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Jericho

  Homily for 31st Sunday of Ordinary Time, October 30, 2016 +2

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Let Your Mercy Come to Me, O Lord

We all are in need of God’s mercy.  Why is it that so often we fail to invoke the power of God’s mercy in our lives?  In our psalm passage today we hear the powerful prayers of the people of … Continue reading

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The Final Test

What does Jesus want for us?  That we live in humility, honesty and service.  In order to accomplish that we must forgive others as God forgives us.  If we follow him we perhaps can avoid the final test. Jesus was … Continue reading

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Authority

In the current age many of us look down at those in authority, believing that they enrich themselves instead of serving the people.  In his letter to Timothy, Paul instructs us that instead of complaining we should pray for our leaders. Beloved: … Continue reading

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Go to Confession!

This is so important for young people, yet we often fail to encourage young Catholics to rely on the healing power of this remarkable sacrament.  The young need to feel the Lord’s forgiveness!   +4

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Five Loaves and Two Fish

In our gospel today, Jesus was saddened to learn of the death of John the Baptist.  Did this news distract Jesus from fulfilling his mission?  Not at all. When Jesus heard of the death of John the Baptist, he withdrew in … Continue reading

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