Daily Archives: July 12, 2011

Homilycast #91: Tuesday of the XV week in Ordinary time, year I

Here is my homily for today’s readings, recorded during the mid-day Mass, from the text just posted in my previous post. You can hear all of my “homilycasts” by copying this URL: https://advenus.wordpress.com/category/podcast-2/feed/ and adding it to your favorite podcast … Continue reading

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What do we and Moses have in common? (Homily for July 12)

Homily for July 12, Tuesday of the XV week in Ordinary Time, year I Moses lived a charmed life right from the start. The first reading today gives us a quick summary of the first part of his life, and … Continue reading

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