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Homily for November 24, 2020

The readings are certainly dramatic these days. We are coming to the end of the Church year, and we are focused on the end of time. When asked for a timeline of these events of the end times, Jesus appears to give one, but in reality his message is that we really won’t know so we should always be watchful for him.

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Homily for November 15, 2020

How much will you invest in Christ? Today’s gospel tells us our investment in Christ must be total if we are to share in the master’s joy. While not completely applicable today, the first reading gives one example of a relationship that requires a total investment. What will you do for Jesus?

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Homily for November 8, 2020

Antiques Roadshow, a PBS show that provided hoarders with the hope of fortune was about comparing an item to the standard of an antique. Today’s first reading tells us that we should compare all we do to the wisdom of God. The gospel tells us that this means always being ready for the presence of God however it appears.

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