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13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The call and the cost of Christian commitments are heavily emphasized in this gospel where the life of discipleship and its qualities are laid out before us. There is nothing about being a follower of Christ that does not demand effort. As all existing responsibilities have to take second place, discipleship is not something to […]

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The Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ

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The Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ or Corpus Christi was instituted to focus special attention on the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist. It is a celebration of the generosity of the Lord to us, in offering himself as food to satisfy our spiritual and material hunger as we journey through […]

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Feast of the Holy Trinity

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The Feast of the Holy Trinity reminds us of a simple truth which we often forget – God’s plan is that we share in his life of glory.  By our baptism we are raised to a level at which we become sharers in the family life of God.  We are born of God the Father, […]

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Feast of Pentecost

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The picture in the gospel about Pentecost is a colorful description of the spectacular beginnings of the infant church as an active missionary community.  The Holy Spirit like a roaring wind descends with tongues of fire on the heads of the apostles and breathes new life into this faint-hearted band.  The immediate impact on the […]

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Feast of the Ascension of the Lord

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The final words of Jesus to the apostles were brief and to the point. ‘I am with you always.  Go teach all nations.’  No longer confined to a bodily presence, he will be with his disciples in a new way, through the power of the Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life.  Now that his […]

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6th Sunday of Easter

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Jesus’ words to the disciples in today’s gospel reading must have had a sobering effect on them:  “They will put you out of the synagogues….kill you….because they have not known the Father or me.”  Their adversaries certainly knew about the Father, since their Scriptures told them plenty about God.  They also knew about Jesus, since […]

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5th Sunday of Easter

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This new commandment which Jesus speaks of in the Gospel today is to be the sign by which the world would recognize his followers.  As his followers, we need to learn how to go about loving others for the sake of God, because at the end of our earthly journey, we will be judged on […]

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4th Sunday of Easter

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The gospel today picks up the idea of Christ the good shepherd calling each of us by name as we journey through life by different ways.  Youth is a time of great generosity, idealism and hope. In these loud and frantic days it may be more difficult for them to hear the voice of God […]

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3rd Sunday in Easter

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Eager to put the trauma and disgrace of Good Friday out of their minds, the apostles have slipped back to life as it was before the call of Jesus.  However, the Risen Lord enters their lives on the seashore and invites them to share in yet another meal.  Whatever it was about that lakeside gathering […]

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2nd Sunday of Easter

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Within the Gospel today, the prayerful atmosphere of this gathering of disciples is rudely interrupted by the stubborn disbelief of Thomas.  The only way he will believe that Jesus is risen is to put his fingers into the wounds of Calvary.  The events of Good Friday had shattered his faith to the point where he […]

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