True Shepherding
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Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – July 21, 2024 Today, Jeremiah preaches scathing words against false shepherds who mislead and scatter the flock. After reading that passage, I wanted to send it to... Read More

Is there dust on your feet?
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Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – July 14, 2024 Jesus sends us out into the world to announce the Gospel, and we should not be deterred when the message is not received. But... Read More

Faithful Presence
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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – June 30, 2024 Prophets gifted with wisdom or age know that true change is a marathon, a long-term, generational commitment to a goal they may never see... Read More

Near enough
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Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – June 30, 2024 “Please, come lay your hands on her that she may get well and live,” says Jairus to the one at the center of the... Read More

In the midst of the tempest
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Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time – June 23, 2024 Today, we might focus on Jesus’s power to calm life’s storms and give thanks for God’s care for us. But the Lectionary’s wisdom of... Read More

Woven together
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Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time – June 16, 2024 The connection between this passage from Ezekiel and today’s pericope from Mark is all the tree and planting imagery. But the Gospel takes on... Read More

Becoming one
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Body and Blood of Christ – May 26, 2024 The longer we wait to bring back the Communion cup, the quicker we will forget why we need it. The most important reason to... Read More

God is Close to Us
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Most Holy Trinity – May 26, 2024 We might dust off our theology school notes and review the Catechism and other texts to help us explain the Holy Trinity for this Sunday’s liturgies.... Read More