Monthly Archives: November 2011

It Is Right and Just

Homilist: Fr. Phil Bloom The First Sunday of Advent,November 27, 2011 Bottom line: As we begin the season of Advent we ask for the grace to stay alert and watchful. We stand in awe of God’s coming to us – … Continue reading

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Christ the King: The Last Judge

Homilist: Fr. Joseph Pelligrino Thirty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time,November 20, 2011 Today we celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the King. This is the Last Sunday of the Church Year. Through this feast the church is saying that all of our … Continue reading

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God’s Immense Love

Homilist: Fr. Michael Phillippino Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time,November 13, 2011 A few weeks ago, a parishioner asked me, “What is the difference between All Saints and All Souls Day?” It was a good question because as I began to … Continue reading

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New Roman Missal

Homilist: Fr. Michael Phillippino Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time, November 6, 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 … Continue reading

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