Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Blind Man Speaks Up! What Bartimaeus teaches us about Faith

  Dr. Marcellino D’AmbrosioOctober 28, 201230th Sunday in Ordinary Time The story of Bartimaeus, the blind beggar who met Jesus on the road to Jericho, is a dramatic event from the Gospel of Mark that can’t help bring a smile … Continue reading

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Saint Kateri, Pray for Us

  Father Phil BloomOctober 29, 201229th Sunday in Ordinary Time   Bottom line: Kateri drank deeply from the cup of Christ’s suffering and made herself the servant of others. It is a joy to say, “St. Kateri Tekakwitha, pray for … Continue reading

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28th Sunday

  Father James GilhooleyOctober 14, 201228 Sunday in Ordinary Time – Cycle B – Mark 10:17-30 A monk was lost in meditation at a river bank. A novice put before him two exquisite jewels as a sign of his devotion. … Continue reading

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Pastoral Sharings – Prayers

    Fr. Michael Phillippino27th Sunday In Ordinary TimeOctober 7, 2012 Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Last week many of you asked me for a copy of the prayer I read in my homily, so I include it here … Continue reading

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