Monthly Archives: March 2011

Third Sunday of Lent

Third Sunday of LentMarch. 27 2011Homilist: Fr. Michael Phillippino When I was in the seminary, I took a course on “Loss”. I suppose you could say its premise was that our society teaches us how to win, but does not … Continue reading

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Second Sunday of Lent

Second Sunday of LentMarch. 20 2011:Homilist: Fr. Michael Phillippino A few weeks ago, our Deacon, John Hancock, gave a great homily in which he said “let Lent be a time for us to rid ourselves of all that is rooted … Continue reading

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Throw Down Your Stones

First Sunday of Lent March. 13 2011 Guest Homilist: fr. Tom Washburn, OFM One of Aesop’s Fables is about an argument between the wind and the sun. The Wind and the Sun were disputing which was the stronger. Suddenly they … Continue reading

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Saved by Faith or Works?

Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time March. 6 2011Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio According to many, Protestants say we’re saved by faith while Catholics say we’re saved by good works. But what does the Bible say? This Sunday’s readings are clear – it’s … Continue reading

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