Bulletins and Homilies

Bulletins

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Homilies

28th Sunday, Ordinary Time

28th Sunday, Ordinary Time

In a Kentucky park in the summer of 2000, a woman was helping a friend plant a large number of trees. Each tree was donated by family members in remembrance of a loved one. While they were working, a woman approached them. They both assumed the woman was coming over...

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27th Sunday, Ordinary Time

27th Sunday, Ordinary Time

It is sad for me to admit that we are living in a time when we are not shocked anymore when someone runs an SUV through a shopping mall—or walks into a school or place of worship and starts shooting—because these have become daily events, and we simply cannot live in...

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26th Sunday, Ordinary Time

26th Sunday, Ordinary Time

Dirt Is Not the EnemyFor additional Homilies and articles, please see Deacon Jeff’s website: www.JoyoftheWord.org.I. One detail that strikes me most about this parable is the luxurious purple robe of the rich man.a. Purple die hard to find in Jesus’ time, sign of...

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25th Sunday, Ordinary Time

25th Sunday, Ordinary Time

The Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard once told a story about a make-believe country where only ducks lived. On Sunday morning, all the ducks came into church, waddled down the aisle, waddled into their pews, and squatted. Then the duck minister came in, took his...

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24th Sunday, Ordinary Time

24th Sunday, Ordinary Time

I’m pretty sure that in the congregation today we probably have a few perfectionists. I confess that I used to be one as well. Doing something correctly the first time, regardless of what we are doing, drives many of us perfectionists. Of course, there are certain...

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23rd Sunday, Ordinary Time

23rd Sunday, Ordinary Time

In a little autobiographical piece entitled, Surprised by Joy, C.S. Lewis tells the story of his conversion. I think his journey has some things to teach us. For years he was blocked from committing himself to faith precisely because of his keen, uncompromising...

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