Category Archives: Social Justice

Surprises from near and far

The Solemnity of the Epiphany is the one feast throughout the year which draws together past, present, and future in one dimension, with distant lands and nearby neighborhoods in another dimension. The word “epiphany,” from the Greek, means manifestation. It … Continue reading

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The Holy Family, just a threesome? NOT!

We are all familiar with pictures of the Holy Family. Some are pious holy cards, some are sentimental, and some are just cute or silly. And they are all wrong! When we think of the Holy Family, we think of … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Guadalupe, Friday, December 12, 7:30 pm

Special Mass celebrating Our Lady of Guadalupe, with Mariachi Music, followed by a reception in the hall. Friday, December 12, at 7:30 pm.

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What Jesus’s Ascension Means for You and Me

During his lifetime, Jesus could be in only one place at a time. For example, when he was in Samaria offering living water to the woman at the well (Jn 4:5-42), he could not simultaneously be in Jerusalem healing the … Continue reading

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Francis’ Invitation: Pray for Peace

Listen to my homily for today, the Sixth Sunday of Easter, the visit of the Pope to Bethlehem, and Memorial Day Weekend. It all comes together in the light of the Gospel. (If you don’t see the audio player above … Continue reading

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