Monthly Archives: September 2011

Our Final State

Homilist: Father Phil Bloom Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, September 25, 2011 Bottom line: What counts is not the image that others perceive. What counts is our final state before God. This Sunday’s Gospel has a message similar to last … Continue reading

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The Warning to Each of Us

Homilist:Father Orly Sapuay, M.S Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time,September 18 2011 The first part of the 20th chapter of Matthew records another story that Jesus told, this time about the wages paid to the workers in the vineyard. It clearly … Continue reading

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Forgiveness

Homilist:Father Cusick Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time,September 11, 2011 Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The Church, the Body of Christ on earth, is one. Christ prayed that “they all be one” in his priestly prayer in the Gospel according to … Continue reading

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Dissuade the Wicked

Homilist:Fr. Phil Bloom Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time,September 4, 2011 Bottom line: You and I – by the way we live – are called to be watchmen: to help others turn from destruction and turn toward the one source of … Continue reading

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