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Who or what is our god?



In the letter to the Philippians, we are reminded of problems that have vexed creation since the beginning: People are more concerned about their stomachs than they are their souls. People focus on being popular instead of doing what is more »

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Love entails sacrifice



It is by happy coincidence that while the secular world celebrates Valentine’s Day, the Church celebrates the First Sunday of Lent because both feasts illustrate the presence of God’s love in the world. Valentine’s Day commemorates the love that two more »

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Recognize that all we have is gift



In this week’s readings we are challenged to vocation. We are invited not only to pray for vocations, but to pray that our particular vocation will be lived out according to God’s will. We often think of vocations as being more »

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Love



As we come the end of the first month of 2016, the readings remind us of how much God cares for his people. The reading from Jeremiah tells us that God knew us in the womb. Each of us is more »

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If one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it



This past Friday (January 22nd) marked the 43rd anniversary of the Roe vs Wade Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion in this country. Since that time, millions of infants have died in the name of “a woman’s right to choose.” more »

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Am I sitting the sidelines?



Although this is the year of Luke, today’s Gospel reading comes from John. It is the famous Wedding Feast at Cana. It is important to point out that Jesus was no stick in the mud. He enjoyed parties and dinners. more »

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How do I live out my baptismal calling?



Today marks the official end of the Christmas Season. Over the past few weeks we have seen Jesus grow from an infant to a pre-teen to an adult embarking on his ministry. This feast of the Baptism of the Lord more »

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Ephiphany



As we begin the New Year and celebrate the great feast of Epiphany, it is an opportunity to look back on 2015 and ponder how God was working in our lives. Moreover, we are invited to trust that God will more »

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Family



This is the last bulletin of 2015. Today also happens to be the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. This celebration invites us to be a better family of believers. We all come from a family: more »

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Merry Christmas



As we enter into the final week of the Advent season, we may be tempted to anticipate Christmas. Yet the Church invites us through this week’s readings to continue the process of preparation. The first reading reminds us that the more »

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