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January 2017

Jan 26

Is It Worth The Risk?

It’s hard to believe that January is almost over!  As this month winds down, and we enter the fourth week in ordinary time, I can’t help but think of the last three gospels of Matthew.  They all have a common theme, that of following.  The first gospel spoke of the Epiphany; the three kings were prompted by a deep...
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Jan 19

Live in the Light

I believe there is a great call in the readings for Mass this Sunday.  I believe there is a great call home for us who call ourselves followers of Christ – a call home into the light and into an extraordinary life of mission. “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light” (Is 9:1). Have you seen...
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Jan 12

The Service of God

As I previewed the upcoming readings for this Sunday, I focused on the noteworthy theme of service.  I didn’t much think about the context of each example in both readings and in the gospel.  I was, however, struck by the call to serve and my thoughts ran with what this means to me. I wasn’t thinking about the state...
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Jan 5


When I hear the word Epiphany, I immediately think of the three wise men following the star and the little figures that are part of our nativity scene.  The Epiphany is a great story of unexpected events that lead these three wise men to Jesus.  It’s about those three searchers not about me.   But in Matthew’s...
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