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WEEKLY HOMILY BLOGS

November 2017

Nov 27

11/26/17 Solemnity of Christ the King - Fr. Reggie

We all know and believe that Jesus will "come again in glory to judge the living and the dead." We affirm that belief each week when we pray the Creed. But it is possible that we have not thought deeply enough about the meaning of this final Judgment. For example, we know that God is infinitely merciful. But...
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Nov 27

11/26/17 Solemnity of Christ the King - Fr. Damian

On this final Sunday we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King. We acknowledge Jesus as king of the universe, of the earth and of our lives. Today's Gospel can seem overwhelming, even scary. At the end of history Jesus divides people into two groups: sheep and goats. The sheep enter eternal life and the goats go off to eternal punishment. The...
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Nov 13

11/12/17 32nd sunday in ordinary time - Fr. Damian

Are you missing out on what's most important in life? Being unprepared can lead to unnecessary trouble and even disaster! What good is a life-jacket left on the shore when the boat is sinking? Jesus' story of ten single ladies waiting for a wedding procession in the middle of the night seems strange to most westerners today. But Jesus' audience...
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Nov 13

11/12/17 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Fr. Reggie

Wisdom is personified in today’s First Reading, which is one way that the Old Testament has of speaking about God: personified Wisdom. In this reading, Wisdom is given two key characteristics. First she is someone eager to bring her gifts to us. But second, at the same time, Wisdom depends on our being eager...
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Nov 6

11/5/17 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time - Deacon Tony

Deacon Tony Conti Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 151 From today’s Gospel: “The greatest among you must be your servant” Jesus was and still is a Servant Leader… A term that we seldom hear today… Our business schools seldom teach Jesus’ principles of servant leadership… Because...
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