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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Daily Reflection – St. James

St James gives us another great exhortation today about complaining—or the lack thereof. This time, instead of warning us against murmuring or complaining against God, ‘as at Meribah and Massah where they challenged me and provoked me, although they had seen all of my works’ (psalm 95), we are warned against complaining about one another. […]

Daily Reflection – St. Gabriel

At the canonization of Saint Gabriel, Pope Benedict XV declared him a patron saint of Catholic youth, of students, and of those studying for the priesthood. And this is fascinating, because he kept promising to enter religious life every time something bad happened in his life if God would cure him, but it wasn’t until […]

Father’s Day Off

What does Father Libby do on his day off?

Daily Reflection – Follow the Lord

The amount that St Paul suffered for Christ-it’s amazing, no? Beaten close to death many times, in fact one time he did die and was brought back to life it seems (at one of the stonings) all for what? The Good News. The Gospel. Beaten to death. The love that is required of us as […]

Daily Reflection – Covenant of the Ark

So the flood is coming—another week and the waters will be here—40 days and 40 nights in the ark, the waters of Lent washing the world, destroying sin, we safely caught up with Noah the righteous and the covenant of the ark in the sky-the rainbow. (rainbow in Latin is arc). Noah was obedient to […]

Church Work Update 2/24/14

More videos of work inside of the church.

Daily Reflection – I believe Lord, help my unbelief!

Why don’t more good things happen in our lives? More things that come from our faith? Miracles, triumphs? Victories? Is it really that we lack faith like those in the gospel today? We believe that God can do anything—but we end up judging in human terms, human justice—there is always a price to be paid […]

Homily Notes/References from 11:30 AM Mass (2/23/14)

2 cor 11:19-23   19 For you gladly bear with fools, being wise yourselves! 20 For you bear it if a man makes slaves of you, or preys upon you, or takes advantage of you, or puts on airs, or strikes you in the face. 21 To my shame, I must say, we were too weak for that! But whatever […]

Homily Notes/References from 4:00 PM Mass (2/22/14) and 8:00 AM Mass (2/23/14)

Be Holy for I the Lord your God am holy do not bear hatred in your heart might have to reprove your fellow citizen but do not incur sin because of him take no revenge, cherish no grudge Responsorial: Forget not His benefits Not according to our sins does he deal with us As a […]

Daily Reflection – Chair of St. Peter

As on January 18th, we hear again today on the 2nd feast of the chair of Peter, that we will one day rejoice even if for a time we are made sorrowful amidst many temptations given to us so that the trial of our faith, may be perfected-a trial that is more precious than gold. […]

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