Monthly Archives: July 2012

Miracle of the Ordinary

“I know there’s an AIDS epidemic in Africa,” we say. “But I’m in Fort Wayne, Indiana. What can I do from here?” Or maybe we say: “I know there are a lot of people in need, homeless and hungry, but … Continue reading

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Rescuing Mary Magdalene

Homily given on the Feast of Mary Magdalene, July 22, 2012 Today is not only the 16th Sunday of the year, but it also happens to be the Feast of Mary Magdalene, the woman best known for a variety of … Continue reading

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What Kind of Prophet?

Homily given July 15, 2012, based on Amos 7: 12-15, Ephesians 1: 3-14, and Mark 6: 7-14 Discipleship is what we are called to live, and since we are disciples of Jesus, we read today’s gospel periscope with careful attention.  … Continue reading

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