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Easter Sunday, Fr. Frank Baiocchi

Two caterpillars are clinging to a leaf on a small bush when a beautiful butterfly floats by. It is the first time they've ever seen a butte ...

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Easter Vigil, Rev. Jim Ryan

When was the last time you won? Was it playing cards last night? Was it as part of a team? Was it that Lottery ticket? How did it feel t ...

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Holy Thursday, Fr. Bob Scanlan

Today we begin the Triduum---the three holiest days in the Church year. Tonight people around the world gather to celebrate what has been ca ...

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Palm Sunday, Fr. Bob Scanlan

January 15, 2000 it all began. I started my training by walking 4 miles; then up to six. Jean would drop me off 10 miles from home on a coun ...

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5th Sunday of Lent, Rev. Jim Ryan

The story of the Jewish people is full of events of hope : confidence that God will act on their behalf. When the people returned to Jerusa ...

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3rd Sunday of Lent, Rev. Kathy Sullivan Vandenberg

I have been looking forward to presiding at Eucharist today at JOS for a very long time. In fact, I've been wauting over 35 years. For those ...

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2nd Sunday of Lent, Jean Scanlan

Up on Mount Tabor three very frightened men : Peter, James and John are engulfed in a cloud : Jesus is radiating white light : Moses and Eli ...

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1st Sunday of Lent, Fr. Frank Baiocchi

Here's a riddle: What did Catherine the Great, Attila the Hun and Pope John the XXIII all have in common? Answer: They all had the same midd ...

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Ash Wednesday, Fr. Frank Baiocchi

From the day we're born, you and I are bombarded by commercials and advertisements whose sole purpose is to get us to want more, to purchase ...

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6th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Alice Iaquinta

One thing about teachers is that they want to help their listeners understand the big picture so that the details make sense. I am and alwa ...

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