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Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, January 25, 2015

Readings for Today In the readings today, both God (through Jonah) and Jesus call for repentance and conversion.  We are called to turn away from sin and worldliness – to be willing to abandon everything to follow the Lord.  This … Continue reading

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Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, January 26, 2014

Readings for Sunday, January 26, 2014 In the gospel today, we see the beautiful prophecy from Isaiah fulfilled:  “The people in darkness have seen a great light.” The more I study the Bible, the more I am amazed at how … Continue reading

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Reflection on the Gospel for February 10, 2013

Readings for Feb. 10, 2013 A few thoughts on this very familiar gospel passage from Luke – First of all – How many times do we try to do things alone before we “revert” to prayer?   The men had fished … Continue reading

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Fishers of Men

This week is “Vocations Awareness Week.” There is a fantastic video on the USCCB website called “Fishers of Men.”  I’m re-posting it from January of last year for you to view.  It is a high-tech, moving invitation to young men … Continue reading

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The Mission

There has been much talk about end times in recent years.  Truth be told, people have been talking about it since Jesus ascended into heaven!  For generations, we’ve awaited His return.  We’re not sure how we feel about what is … Continue reading

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