Monthly Archives: October 2011

“And With Your Spirit”

Homilist: Fr. Michael Phillippino Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time,October 31, 2011 It is hard to believe that we are only about thirty days away from the first Sunday of Advent, which means we are only about thirty days away from … Continue reading

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We Dare to Say

Homilist:Father Phil Bloom Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time,October 23 2011 Bottom line: The new translation – that we will start using in just five weeks – will help us better express our love for God through Jesus. He is consubstantial … Continue reading

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29th Sunday: Caesar and God

Homilist: Father Joseph Pelligrino Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 16 2011 Well, they really thought they had him this time. The intelligentsia of First Century Judaism really had Jesus in a no win situation. They were so proud of … Continue reading

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For Many

Homilist: Father Phil Bloom Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time, October 9 2011 Bottom line: In a few weeks we will hear a more exact translation of Jesus’ words: “My blood…poured out for many.” We can be part of that joyful … Continue reading

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In the Midst of Troubles

Homilist:Father Phil Bloom Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time,October 2, 2011: Bottom line: In the midst of troubles, St. Paul tells us to have no anxiety at all. I have to admit that I love today’s readings. They speak about trouble, … Continue reading

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