Our Departed Neighbors

SERMON 11-11-18 (Our Departed Neighbors) Today I want to focus on the 2 questions that the lawyer asks Jesus in today’s Gospel reading. His first question is: “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” Instead of answering, Jesus responds by turning the question back at the lawyer saying: “What is written in the […]

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Judgement

In this morning’s Epistle reading, St. Paul has some strong words for us. He says: “who are you to pass judgement on the servant of another? It is before his own master that he stands or falls.” We all know that God is our Master and that we are His servants, and we know that […]

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Annunciation 2018

The book of Genesis tells us that man was made in the image of God. This means that he was unique in all of creation. Mankind had something no other created being had: Free Will…the ability to choose. However, the first humans, Adam and Eve took this gift from God and used it to disobey […]

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Our Calling at St. Ignatius

August 6, 2017 – Today we are celebrating the 2nd to last major feast of the Church year: The Transfiguration of our Lord and God and Savior Jesus Christ. This morning’s Gospel reading describes the Transfiguration in this way: Jesus takes 3 of his disciples (Peter, James and John) up a high mountain (Mt. Tabor), […]

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