Sunday Message

September 2016

Sep 28

Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time by Deacon Francis

Today we reflect on the sense of the absence of God as the crucible within which our faith is forged and re ned. We also acknowledge that faith is a gift from God, not a personal disposition of soul or a prize we have won. Finally, while faith may come from The Absence of God God, it is merited through the community. In our struggles to be...
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Sep 24

Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time by Fr. Greg

In today’s gospel Jesus offers a warning about living selfishly in his parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. The Rich Man holds sumptuous feasts and dresses in fine clothes. But despite his affluence he does nothing to relieve the painful hunger and debilitating condition of his neighbor Lazarus. He neglects to love his neighbor as he loves...
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Sep 17

Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time by Fr. Greg

In Jesus’ parable of the Unjust Steward, we encounter a financial manager who has wasted his master’s wealth and faces dismissal from his position. To overcome the crisis confronting him, the steward reduces some very considerable debts owed by poor neighbors to his master in order to help them out. Though the steward has sinned...
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Sep 9

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

           Among the primary themes in today’s gospel when we hear Jesus’ well-known parable of the Prodigal Son is forgiveness and the need to repent. But from a stewardship point of view what is also interesting is one of the secondary themes: the failure to use responsibly the gifts that have been so...
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