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January 2016

Jan 26

01/24/16 Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

In his book Jesus of Nazareth, Pope Benedict XVI asks a surprising question. He asks “What did Jesus actually bring?” Think about it. We still have wars. We still have famine. People still suffer. People still get sick and die. So what did Jesus actually bring? And Pope Benedict answers the question by saying: “Jesus...
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Jan 20

01/18/16 Second Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Second Sunday in Ordinary Time From St. Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians... “Brothers and sisters: There are different kinds of spiritual gifts but the same Spirit; there are different forms of service but the same Lord; there are different workings but the same God who produces all of them in everyone. To...
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Jan 18

January 17, 2016 - Second Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Does God really want us to be happy? Of course we all know what we should say. But do we really believe it? The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche said that Christianity is opposed to joy. Many people today would probably say the same thing. Is it true? Does God really want us to be happy? What does the Bible tell us? Today in the gospel we...
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Jan 11

January 10, 2016 - The Baptism of the Lord - Fr. James

The baptism of Jesus is the third of three great revelations we celebrate in this Christmas season. The three great revelations we have been celebrating are: Christmas, Epiphany and Baptism of Jesus. The Catechism of the Catholic Church says, “The fruit of baptism is the forgiveness of original sin and personal sins, becomes an adoptive...
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Jan 10

January 10, 2015 - The Baptism of the Lord - Fr. Reggie

St Luke tells us that at the time of Jesus’ baptism, which marked the beginning of his public ministry, the people were “filled with expectation.” There were two reasons for this. First, rumor had it that according to the prophecies of Daniel, the time was ripe for the arrival of the promised Messiah,...
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Jan 4

01/03/16 - Epiphany - Fr. James

This feast is called “epiphany” because Jesus revealed Himself not only to the Jews, the chosen people, but also to pagan visitors.  Epiphany is the Feast of God’s revelation of Jesus Christ  to the world.    The story of the Magi focuses on their long journey, seeking the new king. They placed their time,...
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Jan 3

01/03/16 Epiphany of The Lord - Fr. Reggie

What’s in a word? Quite a lot, actually. We’re still in the Christmas season, which means we’re celebrating that God became man. We can never celebrate this enough. Christians used to celebrate the 12 days of Christmas, which spanned December 25-January 6. It was a time of rejoicing. Rejoicing over the presence of God in Jesus...
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Jan 1

01/01/16 Mary, Mother of God - Fr. Reggie

Eight days have passed since we celebrated Christ's birth on Christmas. Most of the world has already left the message of Christmas far behind. But the Church, in its wisdom, has been spending these days in unceasing celebration and contemplation of this most astonishing event in the entire history of the human...
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