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Homily, 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sept 25th, 2016

Each one of us must use the special gift he has received from God for the good of others                                                                                                                                 (Peter 4:10)   We live in a world of opposites. We have day different from night, light from darkness, white from black, males from females and so on. These contraries or opposites are manifestations of […]

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TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Dear Church Family, I certainly enjoyed being away up in Wisconsin, playing golf with my priest buddies and visiting some family and friends. I am refreshed! The message today is Jesus saying something peculiar to Luke. Luke usually talks about Jesus offering peace, love and certainly forgiving and being ready of course. Luke quotes Jesus […]

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TWENTY-SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

“Smell like the sheep” Pope Francis used this image challenging the Catholic community and all people to get down and dirty by loving, helping and entering into the many hurts and tragedies in our society. We find two stories, 1200 years apart, John telling Jesus that a man was casting out demons in His name. […]

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TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

A WORD FROM FR. BOB   Dear Church Family, More evil than ever, you hear these words and you probably agree there is so much evil. It comes to us on the news and in the newspaper. There is just so many tendencies for people to do evil things. Certainly when we talk about this […]

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