Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Loud Cry

Homilist:  Fr. Phil Bloom Palm SundayApril 1, 2012 Bottom line: On the cross Jesus took our evil on his shoulders, he bore the full consequences of sin, including the sense of abandonment – separation from God. But in the end … Continue reading

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Our Temptation To Reject Our Crosses

Homilist: Fr. Andrew M. Greeley Fifth Week of Lent March 25, 2012 Jesus Christ gives greatest glory to the Father precisely in the shattering degradation and utmost ignominy of the Cross. “The hour has come for the Son of Man … Continue reading

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Everything Matters – Except Everything

Homilist: Fr. Phil Bloom Fourth Week of Lent March 18, 2012 Bottom line: As Chesterton says, for people today “everything matters – except everything.” This is fatal because it causes us to forget our true home. Remember me, Lord, that … Continue reading

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Time To Clean House

Homilist: Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio Third Week of Lent March 11, 2012 When it started, all was fresh and new. An unnamed but mighty God freed a motley crew of slaves and offered them a new way of life in a … Continue reading

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The Sacrifice of Issac

Homilist: Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio Second Week of Lent March 4, 2012 Everyone knows that Lent is about sacrifice. So it’s fitting that the first reading in the second Sunday of Lent recounts one of the most famous sacrifices of all … Continue reading

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