Monthly Archives: January 2011

A Summary of all Christian Doctrine

Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time Jan. 30, 2011: By Fr. Orlando Sapuay, M.S. If the sermon on the mount is a summary of all Christian doctrine, the beatitudes are a summary of the Sermon on the mount. Here, then, if … Continue reading

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He Calls, They Follow

Third Sunday of Ordinary Time Jan. 23, 2011: By Fr. Alex McAllister SDS In our Gospel reading today we hear about the call of the very first disciples right at the beginning of Jesus’ ministry—first Simon Peter and Andrew then … Continue reading

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Second Sunday of Ordinary Time

Homily for Second Sunday of Ordinary Time Jan. 16, 2011: By Fr. Michael Phillippino Dear Parishioners, In the 1980’s, I would enjoy watching episodes of “The Bill Cosby Show.” I enjoyed his humor and the values he was portraying to … Continue reading

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Feast of the Baptism of the Lord

Homily for The Baptism of the Lord, Jan. 9, 2011: By Fr. Michael Phillippino When I was in seminary, I took a course on the “kenosis of Christ.” “Kenosis” is a great world that describes the self-emptying of Christ. Most … Continue reading

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His Mission To The Gentiles

Guest homily for The Epiphany of the Lord, Jan. 2, 2010: By Fr. Alex McAllister SDS The Feast of the Epiphany is the oldest in the Liturgical Calendar after Easter and Pentecost and Epiphany was celebrated long before even Christmas … Continue reading

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