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Make It Easy For Them To Enter

Brothers and Sisters: We have been hearing many beautiful readings during this time of Easter and many of them show us the importance of changing our life, of experiencing the resurrection and turning more decidedly to the Lord. Peter found his courage, Paul changed his way of thinking, and last week Paul told us that…
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It Is Necessary To Suffer Many Difficulties

Dear Brothers and Sisters: Our Parish Mission last week has been fantastic with over one hundred and fifty people coming each night. God is stirring things up here and we will continue the mission on Mondays at 7:30 PM in the church. Join us if you are local. It will be an hour containing personal…
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Think As God Does, Not As Man

Dear Brothers and Sisters: Jesus came to turn evil into good, to overcome death and to give life, to forgive us from our sins, and all of this is possible through the resurrection.  Even from a terrorist attack in Brussels Jesus can bring good from such destruction and violence.  Jesus came so that you and…
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We Must Obey God, Rather Than Men

  Dear Brothers and Sisters: You can touch the resurrection today if you believe the Word of God proclaimed in the gospel and all the readings on this Third Sunday of Easter.  To experience the resurrection will also heal your wounds. Once healed you are more able to heal others, not by your own strength…
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They Were One In Heart And Mind

Divine Mercy Sunday, April 3, 2016 Remember what the angels said to the holy women last week, and what he says to you and to me.  First, I have to suffer at the hands of sinners, die (at least to myself) and on the third day rise.  If it is true for Jesus it has…
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Don’t You Remember?

Easter Sunday, 2016 My mother, who has had dementia for the last ten years, used to drive me crazy with repeated questions every minute, and many other unusual things that happen to people who suffer from this disease. Now I am lucky if she says a word or two over the course of a few…
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The Master Has Need Of It

I had the good fortune to make a silent retreat at the Trappist Monastery in Genesee, NY two weeks ago.  It was wonderful to live the hours of the Divine Office with the monks punctuated throughout the night and day, and in the beautiful setting of their monastery on 1,200 acres of land, with spring…
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He Was Dead And Has Come To Life

Dear Brothers and Sisters: The mission of the Church is to be a sign of love and unity to others, to be and to make disciples of all the nations.  If the Church is not missionary it will die. In the fifteenth chapter of Luke there are three stories: the lost sheep, the lost coin,…
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I Am Not The Right Guy

Dear Brothers and Sisters, We continue to take a look at why we do things, why does the Church exist, and why do you come to church? It is an important question that people may never reflect today. Jesus tells us very clearly that the mission of the Church is to go and make disciples….
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Let Jesus Into Your Boat

Dear Brothers and Sisters, This Sunday is the last week of the series on the story of our lives and the last week before Lent.  I encourage you to spend some time praying about what God has done for you and how important your life is when you follow Jesus Christ, and live in his…
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