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Homily for January 29, IV Sunday in OT, year II – Catholic Schools Week

Homily for January 29, IV Sunday in Ordinary Time, year II – beginning of Catholic Schools Week Today is the beginning of Catholic Schools Week. It always begins on the last Sunday in January, which this year is also the … Continue reading

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Homily for January 13, Friday of the I week in Ordinary Time, year II

Homily for January 13, Friday of the I week in Ordinary Time, year II Our two readings today show us very different aspects of and reactions to divine authority. The Old Testament takes up the story at a place where … Continue reading

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Homily for January 12, Thursday of the I week in OT, year II

Homily for January 12, Thursday of the I week in OT, year II One of the great mysteries that theologians and philosophers have to address in every generation is the presence of evil in the world, especially when bad things … Continue reading

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Homily for the Solemnity of the Epiphany, January 8, 2012

Homily for the Solemnity of the Epiphany, January 8, 2012 Merry Christmas! We only have one more day when we can say that, because tomorrow is the liturgical end of the Christmas season (the Baptism of the Lord). Let’s enjoy … Continue reading

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Homily for January 6, Friday of Christmas before Epiphany

Homily for January 6, Friday of Christmas before Epiphany Today’s readings continue to encourage us to reflect on the real meaning of Christmas. The main point being driven home is that Jesus, while being a man, was really and truly … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Winter

My response to the latest  weekly photo challenge: Just on time for the new one tomorrow….

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