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The Friends of Job Were Wrong: Facing Pain, Struggle and Betrayal Watch

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Job was right. In fact, he was living in the heart of God's will. When Job was stripped of what his fairweather friends believed were the ... continue reading


Learning to See the Lord With the Eyes of Living Faith Watch

Image of Learning to 'see the Lord' calls for our free cooperation with grace. We need to acknowledge our sin, admit our weakness and invite the Lord into our lives. Jesus is always revealing Himself to the humble, to those who truly want to see Him.

Jesus wants you and me to see Him. He is not hidden. He is seen by those who have eyes which are opened by living faith. He is showing ... continue reading



Rejecting Christian Atheism Watch

Image of The apathy we see among some today in the Church is not new. In Revelation, Jesus addressed the Church of Ephesus with a similar concern. While being faithful to carrying out the proper functioning of a church, he said,

How easy it is to attend Mass weekly, have our kids in CCD, render some service in the parish and yet live out most of our daily life as if ... continue reading


WEDNESDAY HOMILY: Empty. Your. Baggage. Watch

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Get rid of your baggage: your worry, your focussing on the decaying part of the Body of Christ, your fear of so many futile and pointless ... continue reading


TUESDAY HOMILY: Building and Rebuilding the Church

Image of In the Gospel, Jesus speaks about the Temple He seeks to build as a family. When Jesus was told that his Mother and relatives were outside the crowded house where he was teaching and healing wishing to see him, Jesus used it as an opportunity to say that he can come from heaven to earth to found a family. That family would be characterized by particular behavior:

Just as the Temple in Jerusalem needed to be restored with hard work, incredible generosity, and perseverance, so each of us and the Church ... continue reading


MONDAY HOMILY: Uncovering the Light of the Gospel

Pope Francis has a strategy.  Intent upon reaching an audience outside the visible bounds of the Church, the Holy Father has been ... continue reading


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Reflection on the Catholic Catechism: Understanding Our Knowledge of God Watch

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We have considered some of the ways we come to know God in the world and through human experience. But we might ask, how reliable or ... continue reading


SUNDAY HOMILY: The Parable of the Unjust Steward Is Directed To Each One of Us - Today Watch

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We are the children of light. How are we living our lives? Are we allowing the light of truth to shine into every area of our lives? Do we ... continue reading


A Spirituality of Encounter. Pope Francis and the Woman Who Anointed the Feet of Jesus Watch

Image of That path of encounter proceeds along a life of prayer, adoration, contemplation and love. Her posture before the Lord, her response to Beauty and Love Incarnate, her honest self-understanding, her quick repentance; these are our Gospel lessons today. Let us come before the Lord, who is truly present to us as we receive Him in the most Holy Eucharist, and experience the encounter of encounters. Let us take Him into ourselves and become what we receive. Let us discover the spirituality, the way, of encounter.

The Woman whose story is told even to this day, as Jesus promised it would be, saw Jesus for who he is and was changed in ... continue reading


FRIDAY HOMILY: Fr. Randy Sly on Don't Goof Up!

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When it comes to those things to living as a disciple of our Lord, there is no need to neither go through the litany of positives and ... continue reading



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