Monthly Archives: August 2011

What’s in a Name?

Homilist:Fr. John Foley, S. J. Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time,August 28, 2011 Shortly after Cardinal Ratzinger was elected Pope, I read a disturbing article of a young person who was choosing not to be confirmed because she felt the election … Continue reading

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"When he opens, no one shall shut; when he shuts no one no one shall open."

Homilist:Fr. Michael Phillippino Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time,August 21, 2011 Shortly after Cardinal Ratzinger was elected Pope, I read a disturbing article of a young person who was choosing not to be confirmed because she felt the election of Cardinal … Continue reading

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There Are No "Foreigners" in the Reign of God

Guest Homilist: Fr. Joseph Pelligrino Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 14, 2011 The readings for this Sunday are among the most difficult passages in the Bible. St. Paul seems to be talking in circles when he says to the … Continue reading

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A Tiny Whispering Sound Full of Power

Guest Homilist:Fr. Joseph Pelligrino Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time,August 7, 2011 Perhaps some of you have traveled to the mountains this summer, or in past years. I love the mountains. They fascinate me. I look at them, and I just … Continue reading

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