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His Very Self

Weekly Reflections
The scripture readings for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ focus on covenants. In the Book of Exodus (24:3-8), at Mt. Sinai, Moses sprinkled blood…
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Pentecost Dreams

Weekly Reflections
On Pentecost Sunday, we are invited to stop and impress upon ourselves how every single aspect of our life, at all levels, from the biological to the supernatural, is brought…
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The Fruit of Love

Whenever Jesus wants to convey a difficult spiritual concept, he resorts to timeless images of daily living. Thus, his Words of Life are forever associated with pictures from the life…
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Believing

Weekly Reflections
Imagine that I were to ask for a volunteer to conduct an experiment here in church—and that you raised your hand and were chosen. Let’s say that I blindfolded you,…
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Happy Easter

Weekly Reflections
Every year, on Palm Sunday and on Good Friday, among other relevant things, we recall Simon Peter’s triple denial of even knowing Jesus. That was the pre-Resurrection Simon Peter, alas,…
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God’s Light

Weekly Reflections
Since the theme of our liturgy for the 4th Sunday of Lent is LIGHT, allow me to quote to you some verses about light in the Gospel of John: The light shines…
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Real Love

Weekly Reflections
In her book, Real Love, author Mary Beth Bonacci notes that there are two distinctly different definitions for the word, love; there is pizza love and real love. Pizza love…
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Encountering Jesus

Weekly Reflections
Some years ago one of London’s newspapers, The Daily Telegraph, printed a classic letter that a mother had received from her 11-year-old son when he was on a class trip…
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