Monthly Archives: September 2014

Looking with faith on the Crucified One

This past Sunday could also be celebrated as the Exaltation of the Cross instead of the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time.  Fr Jose Antonio Pagola chose those readings for his weekly reflection……Reyanna By José Antonio Pagola, September 7, 2014, (English … Continue reading

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The Message of Mercy

This is a bit of a long read but well worth the time to do so.  Kaspar has a big influence on Francis’ thinking on mercy in relation to the primary issue on the upcoming synod, the divorced and remarried … Continue reading

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All the “Bergoglioisms” of Francis The Slang of Francis/3: A civilization that is “spannata”, has need of Christian hope

This is the third of the 17 articles on the slang words that Pope Francis uses in his speeches, homilies and writings.  This one was very interesting to translate!  You will see why in the bit of explanation in parenthesis … Continue reading

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Weekly Homily from Father Jim Hogan for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, September 7, 2014

•Ezekiel 33: 7-9 • Romans 13: 8-10 • Matthew 18: 15-20• Weekly Scripture Readings: 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Antoinette was the bookkeeper in an Academy in Atlanta, Georgia.  One day Michael, a confused, struggling twenty year old – entered the … Continue reading

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Weekly Homily from Father Jim Hogan for the 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 31, 2014

My apologies for the late posting of Fr. Jim’s homily.  My weekend flew by doing things with family and around home to find me each evening nicely tired and forgetful that I had this posting to do. •Jeremiah 20: 7-9 … Continue reading

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