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“Father”

Weekly Reflections
“Father” (Anonymous) 4 years old: My daddy can do anything. 7 years old: My dad knows a lot, a whole lot. 8 years old: My father doesn’t know quite everything.…
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Father Knows Best

Weekly Reflections
During the 1950s, there was a radio and television show entitled Father Knows Best. The show followed the lives of the Andersons, a middle class family living in a Midwestern town. One history of…
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Our Triune God

Weekly Reflections
We need to wonder how shocked Nicodemus must have felt when Jesus broke to him the greatest piece of good news ever:  “God so loved the world that he gave…
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Our Exaltation

Weekly Reflections
It might be hard to soar above what seems a rather prosaic description of the Ascension of Jesus Christ (cf. Acts 1:9) so as to benefit spiritually as much as…
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Welcome Back

Weekly Reflections
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, I would like to share with you some recent news and developments regarding the reopening of our parish. As you may already know, Archbishop Allen Vigneron…
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Following Jesus

Weekly Reflections
I love to watch the Nature channel on TV. That’s when I wonder how many scientists can claim that there is no God guiding His creatures to their designated purpose…
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Our Emmaus

Weekly Reflections
Today, we are given an opportunity to digest the significance of the most important, most earthshaking event in the entire history of humankind: the resurrection of Christ and … ours,…
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My Lord and my God

Weekly Reflections
In the painful context of having to literally fast from receiving the Lord in Holy Communion and, thus, having our hunger for the Bread of Life intensified, we shall ask…
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