Bulletins and Homilies

Bulletins

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Homilies

Fifth Sunday of Lent

Fifth Sunday of Lent

“Lazarus is dead,” Jesus tells the disciples It’s not hard to imagine the questions that might be running through the minds of the disciples and the hearts of Mary and Martha. They are the same kind of questions I have heard being asked, and I have asked myself, over...

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Fourth Sunday of Lent

Fourth Sunday of Lent

Two statements from this long gospel reading caught my attention, and I ask you for a moment to direct your attention to them.  At one point the Pharisees question the blind man about Jesus: “What do you have to say about him, since he opened your eyes?”  And the man...

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Third Sunday of Lent

Third Sunday of Lent

She has a history… fears… wounds… and sorrows. Secrets too. The woman in the gospel today has a history-- she is a woman with a past. Some gospel commentaries will tell you that her past is generally seen as one of promiscuity. The evidence? Five husbands and now...

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Second Sunday of Lent

Second Sunday of Lent

Take a Moment, Bend a Knee, and ListenFor this and other Homilies and articles, please see Deacon Jeff Sutterman’s website, www.joyoftheword.orgI. The mystery of readinga. Something wonderful happens when we readb. A great author like Herman Melville can lift us out...

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First Sunday of Lent

First Sunday of Lent

Temptation seems to be a permanent fixture in human life. We heard in the first reading of the first human beings yielding to temptation. It wouldn’t take long for each person here to relay their most recent temptation—to eat or drink too much, to gossip, or to ignore...

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