This Lent comes to you in a particular season in your life.
Is it a season of calm or turbulence? A time of peace or disquiet?
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This homily is based on John 2:13-25 for the Third Sunday of Lent.
I’ve never been a user of eBay, but I’m fascinated by how it exemplifies the way technology is changing a lot of things in our lives–in this case, the way we buy and sell.
Think about it: If you have anything you’d like to sell–whether new or secondhand–you can do it without leaving the comfort of your living room. Gone are the days of door-to-door salesmanship! All you have to do is post the item online, indicate your asking price, and wait for buyers. If you wish, you can even conduct an online auction and go for the highest online bidder.
Continue reading IS YOUR LIFE ON eBAY?
This homily is based on Mark 1:12-15 for the First Sunday of Lent.
Before the baptism by the Jordan, there was the baptism in the desert. Before the waters of the river were poured on him by a reluctant prophet, over his head was spilled sand.
Continue reading DESERT EXPERIENCES
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WASHING FEET + CLEANSING TEMPLES: Two significant actions performed by our Lord before His Passion and Death.
What can they mean for us who will be entering into the mysteries of Holy Week? Do they have something more to teach us about ourselves, our lives, our Lord?
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This homily was delivered at Mary the Queen on 17 March 2013.
Everyone loves a trick question, and today’s gospel reading is one: a trick question that’s also a trap. The scribes and Pharisees think they’ve come up with the perfect trap for the Lord. They drag a woman out into the public square and present to him a dilemma: This woman has been caught in adultery. According to the law of Moses, she should be stoned. What to do? Continue reading CONNECTION AND COMPASSION: KEY TO FORGIVENESS
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