Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Solemnity of Christ the King

  Fr. Michael PhillippinoNovember 25, 2012The Solemnity of Christ the King A rusty old Ford had a bumper sticker on it that read: “If the Rapture happens to you can I have your car?” It was a humorous reminder that … Continue reading

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Preparing for the End

  Dr. Joseph PelligrinoNovember 18, 201233rd Sunday in Ordinary Time    Hollywood thought it had hit upon a gold mine. The producers, directors, etc had found a way to combine religion and disaster themes into one movie that is came … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Widows: The Widow of Zarephath and the Widow’s Mite

  Dr. Marcellino D’AmbrosioNovember 11, 201232nd Sunday in Ordinary Time     The gospel story of the Widow’s Mite and the Old Testament visit of the prophet Elijah to the Widow of Zarephath are well known bible tales. Two simple but … Continue reading

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Hear Oh, Israel!

Dr. Marcellino D’AmbrosioNovember 4, 201231st Sunday in Ordinary Time A nice hotel in Jerusalem looks much like a nice hotel in just about any other city in the world but for one thing. At the entrance of each room there … Continue reading

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