Category Archives: Sunday Reflections

The Fourth Sunday in Lent

A reflection” Readings: 1 Samuel 16:1, 6-7, 10-13;Psalm 23:1-6;Ephesians 5:8-14;John 9:1-41 Today the Church celebrates the second Scrutiny for those who will be baptized at the Easter Vigil. We pray that the Elect  will be able to see the light … Continue reading

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First Sunday In Lent. Reflection

Now we begin our long painful journey through the desert of Lent.  It is a time when we remember our baptism. Baptism is at the heart of the Lenten season. Lent is the time when Catechumens, those who will be … Continue reading

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Reflection by Deacon Larry Kehoe

My husband loves the Gospel of John especially John 17.  It bothers him that it is bumped from the Lectionary, in all but six diocese in the United States, because the Ascension is celebrated on Sunday instead of Thursday.  He … Continue reading

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“Do not let your hearts be troubled:: 6th Sunday of Easter

I am too tired to write an original post and my  favorite deacon did not give a homily this weekend. So here is one from Deacon Greg Kandra (from my birthplace New York). A blessed Mother’s day to all!

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Behold, I make all things new (Rev 21:5)

The above verse from the second reading of the Fifth Sunday in Lent has been on my mind. The death and resurrection of Jesus ended our slavery to sin. St. Gregory of Nysaa wrote: “This is the beginning of a … Continue reading

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