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The Gospel today [yesterday, at the time of this posting] is fairly self-explanatory, though it deserves time for reflection and prayer. The Missal instructions priests that a brief homily may be given. In the face of Christ’s passion, brevity is … Continue reading
Today we celebrate ‘Laetare’ Sunday, taken from the entrance antiphon which begins ‘Rejoice Jerusalem’. As we enter the half-way point of Lent, we have reason to rejoice. Today’s readings offer reminders of another of the reasons we have to rejoice. … Continue reading
[This was the homily I gave for the fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time on February 13th, despite the late post date] “If you choose, you can keep the commandments, and they will save you” – Sirach 15:15 This last week, … Continue reading
Today’s psalm reminds us that the just man does not fear an evil report – that his heart is steadfast. Jesus reminds His disciples that they are to be those who shed the light of the Gospel to the world. … Continue reading