Bulletins and Homilies

Bulletins

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Homilies

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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22nd Sunday, Ordinary Time

22nd Sunday, Ordinary Time

Humility Christ calls us to a life of humble SERVICE and PROMISES, "You will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous."HUMILITY is at the center of this week’s readings, both in Sirach and Luke. Humility defined from Webster dictionary is “freedom from pride or...

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21st Sunday, Ordinary Time

21st Sunday, Ordinary Time

The Last Shall Be First, and the First Last For additional resources, essays, and past Homilies, see Deacon Jeff’s website at: www.JoyoftheWord.org I. What if Jesus’ paradox literally came true? a. Super-size French fries tiny amount, order a small and they’d fill up...

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20th Sunday, Ordinary Time

20th Sunday, Ordinary Time

The symbols used in this gospel reading of fire and water are familiar in apocalyptic writing, and are used to suggest a time of purification, a time of changing over as a new world begins.  For Jesus to employ these traditional metaphors implies that the moment for...

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19th Sunday, Ordinary Time

19th Sunday, Ordinary Time

As any teacher or public speaker knows, the best way to deliver a message is to tell a story that drives the point memorably home. An evocative story has staying power. The longer it is savored, the more its meaning penetrates our understanding. So it is not...

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18th Sunday, Ordinary Time

18th Sunday, Ordinary Time

Let’s say that one day you are walking through Baker Park, and you notice a newspaper on one of the park benches.  You go to pick it up and throw it in the trash when you notice something unusual about it.  The date on the newspaper says December 31, 2020.  It is a...

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