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The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)

The Lord fed his people with the finest wheat and honey; their hunger was satisfied.

Fifth Sunday of Lent

“The dead man came out, his hands and feet bound.”

Death is not a condition God desires for us . Rather, God wants us to have life. However, death is a reality; but it is not the final word. Christ is the final Word – namely, the life-giving Word. Christ brings Lazarus back to life. He desires to do the same for us.

Third Sunday of Lent

My eyes are ever fixed on the Lord, for he releases my feet from the snare. O look at me and be merciful, for I am wretched and alone.

Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Building on Rock

Only the one who does the will of my Father will enter the kingdom of heaven.“ Sunday Mass Readings: March 6, 2011 Today’s Sunday Mass Reading is for the Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time. O look at me and be merciful, for I am wretched and alone. See my hardship and my poverty, and pardon all my sins.… Read More »

Eight Sunday in Ordinary Time: Seek Ye First

“Seek first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness, and the rest will be given to you.” Make God the center of your life, and you will be spiritually ordered in Christ’s image. If you make wealth and security your center, you will be empty. You make the choice: will God be your center?

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time: Be Perfect

Jesus calls us to love. But few consider the radical nature of this calling. It entails loving the other, even our enemies, regardless of the response of the one who is loved. If you fail, and you often will, turn to God for the grace to live out this strange way of Christ.

Sixth Sunday In Ordinary Time: Preaching the Radical Word

Sixth Sunday In Ordinary Time: Preaching the Radical Word

“First be reconciled to your brother or sister.”

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Salt and Light…

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Salt and Light…