Monthly Archives: September 2016

Weekly Homily from Fr Jim Hogan, 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, September 11, 2016

•Exodus 32: 7-11 + 1 Timothy 1:12-17 + Luke 15:1-32 or 15:1-10• Weekly Scripture Readings:24th Sunday in Ordinary Time A friend of mine often misplaces his car keys or his smart phone.  Generally he finds the smart phone.  He simply … Continue reading

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Pope Francis on the correct interpretation of the “Amoris Laetitia”

As I remarked in a previous posting, the discussions revolving around Amoris laetitia are still on-going now almost 5 months later.  This news story broke this afternoon with many of the right-wing, traditionalist blogs claiming this letter is a forgery. … Continue reading

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‘The Joy of Love’: Dimensions of discernment for disciples

This is the fourth in a series that Archbishop Cupich of the Chicago Archdiocese has posted on the on-line diocesan newspaper, Catholic New World.  He writes so understandably on the issue of discernment.  I have read the other articles in … Continue reading

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Pope Francis’ Prayer Intentions for September 2016

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James Alison says ‘Everyone’s in’

Last week I kept looking for articles to publish, but everywhere I looked it was non-stop Mother Teresa articles because of her canonization this past Sunday.  Hopefully, things will pick up this week with more variety.  I found the following … Continue reading

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Weekly Homily from Fr Jim Hogan, 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, September 4, 2016

Sorry for the delay in posting this.  I was feeling a bit under the weather this past weekend….reyanna •Wisdom 9: 13-18 + Philemon 9 – 17 + Luke 14: 25-33• Weekly Scripture Readings:23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time In mid-July, choirs … Continue reading

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