20th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2022 C INTRO: We were typical teenagers ALONE on a hot and humid weekend as my parents were away having gone on a golf weekend. We were expecting them home late Sunday afternoon! Well, I am sorry to say we decided to have a party on Saturday night (of course, […]

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19th Sunday in Ordinary Time C 2022 INTRO: The story of the Blacksmith By Megan McKenna There was once a BLACKSMITH who worked hard at his trade. The day came for him to die. God sent His angel to the blacksmith, but, to the angel’s surprise……. the blacksmith refused to go!!!!!! He pleaded with the […]

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14th Sunday Ordinary Time C 2022 INTRO: A while ago I was listening to the great excitement of one of our students going ON and ON enthusiastically about their TRACK PROGRESS!!! Oh my… how their time was getting better and better, so much so that at the end of the season they won the meet! […]

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Corpus Christi The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ 2022 C Intro: QUESTION TIME … Congregation participation! 1. How many of you like to cook or GRILL OUTSIDE? I am sure this Father’s Day weekend many will be doing this!!! Happy Father’s Day men! 2. How many of you like to EAT? 3. How […]

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Ascension Sunday © 2022 INTRO: When I was deciding to become a priest, I wavered back and forth while in the seminary if I could do this or not. How could I get up everyday and have to preach, heal, and minister and do it well? My spiritual director kept saying: “You have it within […]

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6th Sunday of Easter 2022 c INTRO: I WAS A YOUNG BOY in the early or mid-sixty’s when the SIGN OF PEACE originated in the Mass. I distinctly remember my mom and dad a bit hesitant about this “gesture.” I heard them “talking” and questioning it. We kids thought it COOL! However, my parents embraced […]

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Fifth Sunday of Easter © INTRO: When I was first learning how to cut the lawn in our family home, I was in Jr. High …. And …. I thought it was a bit UNUSUAL, but my father was explaining to me that I had to cut the grass ON THE DIAGONAL!! And then the […]

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