Monthly Archives: October 2014

The “Changing” Catholic Church

(Sunday morning sermon) Who’s worthy to receive the Eucharist, the Body of Christ?  Who is unworthy?  Whose to judge? We missed printing this in the Sunday bulletin but starting next week we’re planning to use all the wonderful technology that’s … Continue reading

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One Simple Flame

It’s just one little flame from a short wick.  One puff or a wind’s puff and it’s gone with a short aftermath of smoke.  Fragile but appearing strong it finds its strength from its fluid- soaked stem.  So it burns … Continue reading

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Guardian Angels, October 2

Someone was staring at one of the angel curio cabinets at work (with angels remembering a deceased love one) and as I walked by she said, “I like to talk to him.”  I was about to give her one of … Continue reading

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To Be Catholic Is To Be Liberal (or is it vice versa?)

Having the luxury of a Catholic education – complete with nuns in complete habits and the privilege of cleaning the blackboard at the end of the day, it strikes me now how liberal the Catholic Church’s teaching is on many … Continue reading

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