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Reflection – Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time – September 15, 2019

Prayer for the lost lamb Lord Jesus, we pray for the sheep that are lost But our hearts go out especially to the lost lambs. Have mercy on the human wolves who steal, exploit, and [...]

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Pastor’s Column – Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time – September 15, 2019

Dear brothers and sisters, God’s forgiveness is today’s theme. Our first reading (Exodus 32: 7-11, 13-14) takes us back to Moses, about 1300 years before Christ. The people of Israel had just escaped from Egypt [...]

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Pastor’s Column – Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time – September 8, 2019

  Dear sisters and brothers,   There are people who have great goals in life, but they will never achieve those goals. Why not? Because they are not willing to pay the price.   There [...]

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Pastor’s Column – Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time – September 1, 2019

Dear sisters and brothers,   A few years ago, I was watching a video by now-Bishop Robert Barron, when he said something that has struck with me ever since. He was talking about love of [...]

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Pastor’s Column – Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time – August 25, 2019

Dear Sisters and Brothers,   Jesus often does not give straight answers to questions posed to him. Today's gospel story, for instance, starts with someone asking him, "Will only a few people be saved?" It [...]

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Reflection – Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time – August 18, 2019

  True and false peace A swamp may look nice on the surface But its depths are full of rotten things. Peace that is based on injustice is like that. It is a false peace [...]

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