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  • Rich And Heartless, Or Rich And Generous?

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 19, 2018
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    Fail to correct your evil addictions, and lose eternally.

    Thursday of Pentecost Week 2018 Reformation/Revolution The epistle of St. James reads much like the preaching of an OT prophet like Isaiah or Jeremiah. Today James is directing his admonitions to those who are rich and heartless. One can with the grace of God be rich and humane, rich and ...read more

  • Surprise--The Spirit Of Christ Fills The World

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 15, 2018
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    They looked at each other and realized that they were indeed being transformed into images of Christ. Christ had returned in a way that could transform the world, because Christ had manifested Himself in their own hearts and minds and tongues.

    Pentecost 2018 Extraordinary Form “Suddenly, suddenly there came a sound from heaven. It was like a mighty wind coming where they were sitting. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit, speaking of the magnificent works of God.” These the words from the Acts of the Apostles, to be sung ...read more

  • The Glory We Share With The Father And Son

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 12, 2018
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    St. Gregory of Nyssa, and other Fathers of the Church, teach that the glory of the Father and the Son is the Holy Spirit, who is love. The glory we are given is the Holy Spirit who enables us to image Christ in our world.

    Thursday of the 7th Week of Easter 2018 St. Paschal Baylon The prayer of Jesus we just heard from St. John is part of the High Priestly Prayer Our Lord offered at the Last Supper. If you look carefully at it, you might call it the first Eucharistic Prayer, and here you find Christ offering His ...read more

  • Love, Family, Motherhood

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 6, 2018
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    What the world needs now is what it has always needed to preserve, nurture and grow the human family, the family of God.

    Ascension Day/Mothers’ Day 2018 One of the signature songs of the so-called “decade of love,” the nineteen-sixties, was Burt Bacharach’s “What the World Needs Now.” The answer, according to lyricist Hal David, is “love, sweet love.” The song even dared to tell the Lord that is what the world ...read more

  • No Compromise With Evil

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 5, 2018
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    Our faith must be strong enough to stand firm and not look for “middle” positions.

    Thursday of 6th Week in Easter 2018 Reformation/Revolution Our New Testament readings today show two approaches to proclaiming the Gospel of Christ. In Acts, we are seeing Paul at the beginning of his second missionary journey, probably about the year 50 AD. He has just been to what we know as ...read more

  • Do People See The Face Of Christ In Us?

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 28, 2018
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    What do you do when you are being ground between the wheels of governments mired in error?

    Ss Philip and James 2018 Reformation/Revolution There’s a beautiful icon from the early part of the last millennium that shows a visualization of the Trinity. The Father is pictured looking to His left, and the Son is pictured looking to His right, and the Holy Spirit is right between. The ...read more

  • La Hemorroisa

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 23, 2018
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    La fe es un don de Dios al que damos entrada

    13 (Decimo Tercer) Domingo Ordinario Jesús no tenía ninguna vergüenza en tocar lo que era intocable de acuerdo con la ley judía. Tampoco le avergonzaba ser identificado públicamente con los menospreciados. La mujer hemorroisa era considerada como impura y Levítico 15:25 dice que todo ...read more

  • Stop The Bleeding By Faith

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 18, 2018
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    Faith is a gift of God to which we yield. We need not do mental gymnastics to force ourselves to believing that a healing is going to occur.

    13B The players (Gospel Drama Players in today’s first miracle account): Jesus: was not ashamed to be touched by the untouchable, or feel embarrassed to be publicly identified with outcasts. The lady was considered unclean. Just by being out in public, she is violating a social taboo. In ...read more

  • Dia Del Padre Y El Grano De Mostaza

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 16, 2018
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    Un pequeño comienzo

    11B Hoy celebramos el Dia del Padre y la parábola del Grano de Mostaza, nos invita a dar un pequeño comienzo….uno sumamente en pequeño y este es un buen consejo para los papás – Después de todo, el Padre de Jesús no es otro sino Dios – un ejemplo muy difícil de imitar. Y hablando del Dia ...read more

  • The Nature Of The Resurrected Body

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 16, 2018
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    The Bible tells us that when Jesus returns to earth, he will physically raise all those who have died, giving them back the bodies they lost at death.

    Easter 3B The Gospel today makes us ask ourselves one fundamental question, an essential question in the Easter Season: how would you react if Jesus appeared to you? Would you recognize him? In the First Reading, Saint Peter tells the Jews that they didn’t recognize the author of life, their ...read more

  • Sheep, Wolves, Sheepdogs

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 15, 2018
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    We are not called to apply the superficial wisdom of American culture to reshape our Catholic identity. We are called to alert Americans to the wisdom of Catholic culture that is given to us by Our Lord.

    Fourth Sunday of Easter 2018 The Good Shepherd In a popular movie from a few years back, the main character, a gung-ho SEAL from Odessa, tells his listeners that there are three kinds of people: wolves, sheep, and sheepdogs. The wolves prey on the sheep, the sheep cower in fear, and the ...read more

  • Gestation And Return

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 15, 2018
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    Jesus is present in our liturgical celebrations, in the Eucharistic species, in our reading of the Scriptures, in our prayer for each other.

    Third Sunday After Easter 2018 Extraordinary Form I have never had, nor will I ever have, the challenge and privilege of giving birth to a child. I have, however, helped my wife during labor three times, and been close by at many births of grandchildren, so I can confirm as well as any man what ...read more

  • What Is The Bread Of Life?

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 14, 2018
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    The passage we read from the sixth chapter of John’s Gospel has from earliest times been used to explain the orthodox teaching on the Eucharist.

    We all know what a eunuch is, and such men were common in the various courts of Biblical times. What was valuable about them to the kings of the Middle East is that they could be trusted–if they were trustworthy at all–even with the kings’ wives and children. There would be no question of bad blood ...read more

  • Wrath And Persecution

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 7, 2018
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    Belief in Jesus Christ must be accompanied by obedience to His word.

    Thursday of Second Week in Easter 2018 Reformation/Revolution When will humans learn that murdering one’s enemies is not only morally sinful, it’s a really, really bad idea just on a secular level. For the first three hundred years of the Church’s existence, the enemies of the Church, from the ...read more

  • Belzebu

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 6, 2018
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    Los escribas erróneamente atribuyeron a Jesús el poder de enfrentarse con la magia de Satanás. Lo acusaban de brujería.

    Los escribas erróneamente atribuyeron a Jesús el poder de enfrentarse con la magia de Satanás. Lo acusaban de brujería. En su época era comunmente aceptado que los demonios más débiles podían expulsarse mediante exorcismos por demonios más poderosos. Jesús hace notar que tal creencia es ...read more