Bulletins and Homilies

Bulletins

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Homilies

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

I remember in my second parish in Baltimore when a mother told me the story of her young son who had been home with her all day. He had been a terror the entire day. With each incident she said, “You just wait until your dad gets home.” Evening arrived, and when her...

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The Baptism of the Lord

The Baptism of the Lord

Will You Come to My Party? I. Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, and the end of the Christmas Seasona. Enjoy our beautiful decorations for one last Sundayb. How many of you still have your lights up?c. Like you, I enjoy this Season to the very last drop!i. One of those...

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The Epiphany of the Lord

The Epiphany of the Lord

On December 22, we started winter. On that day, the sun came up a little before 7:30am. It went down around 4:50pm. That is about nine hours of daylight and fifteen hours of night, six more hours of night than day. This was a very important time for many ancient...

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The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph

The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph

Most of us have had time to spend with family members during Christmastime, and so it’s natural to think about families on the Feast of the Holy Family.  In the first scripture reading, the author of the Book of Sirach was reflecting on the relationship between...

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4th Sunday of Advent

4th Sunday of Advent

Joseph and Mary give us a model of obedience by always trying to do what God wanted them to do. Expect the unexpected….Our theme for this year’s Advent season. If you HAVE been following the previous weeks messages…  you would have learned HOW several people’s lives...

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3rd Sunday of Advent

3rd Sunday of Advent

I remember in grade school doing a science project at home where we put a bean or seed of some kind in a glass jar, pressed against the glass by wet paper towels. You just had to keep the paper towels wet and wait. And before long, a green sprout would break out of...

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