Homily

2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Alice Iaquinta

Welcome to all, especially our visitors today, to Jesus Our Shepherd Catholic parish, an inclusive community. For those who do not know me, ...

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Homily

Epiphany, Fr. Bob Scanlan

By now all the Christmas presents have been opened, tried on, returned, and put to otherwise good use. The Christmas cookies are history and ...

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A Christmas Star

Christmas, Rev. Jim Ryan

I have a story to tell this evening about a brush with celebrity, actually two celebrities depending on whether both are familiar to you. Th ...

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We celebrate Communal Reconciliation

2nd Sunday of Advent, Fr. Jim Ryan

We celebrate Communal Reconciliation today thankful that the experience of forgiveness is one gift from God’s promises. Up a holler in ...

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Waiting is uncomfortable

1st Sunday of Advent, Fr. Bob Scanlan

Waiting is uncomfortable. It seems like forever. Will it ever end? When will it be over? You have just waited exactly 30 seconds for me to s ...

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Mark 12:38-44

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jean Scanlan

Today we meet two very vulnerable women. Both are widows – in their culture considered outcasts. They are on the brink – all resources a ...

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Matthew 5:1-12

, Rev. Jim Ryan

“Abba, all those you gave me I would have in my company” (John 17:20) “Here in the West, Christianity is a thin cover.” “The Fi ...

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Mark 10:46-52

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Frank Baiocchi

“Rabbi, I want to see!” the blind man says to Jesus in today’s Gospel. “On your way,” Jesus replies. “Your faith saves and heals ...

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Matthew

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Rev. Jim Ryan

Today we celebrate God’s presence through healing and restoration. When we anoint ourselves and gather to do this in community we do more ...

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