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Second Sunday of Advent 'A' Homily – Part 1

Bernard of Clairvaux          Introduction: How Time flies! Here we are already at the Second Sunday of Advent! And "the world as we know it is passing away" faster than we would like, with ourselves moving right along with it! We move with this Sunday of Advent deeper into the Final Age of the World that announces the absolute End Time, when the Kingdom of God will be definitely
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Homily for Tuesday, June 9, 2015

"The following homily was given to the friars of the province gathered in San Antonio for our annual provincial assembly on Tuesday, June 9. It is by Fr. Jorge Cabrera, OCD." The readings of the day were FIRST READING 2 Corinthians 1:18-22 Brothers and sisters:As God is faithful, our word to you is not “yes” and “no.”
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Epiphany Sunday - Homily 2015

Epiphany Sunday ABC - Homily 2015 Marylake  Novitiate  by  Sam  Anthony  Morello,  OCDDear Brothers and Sisters in Christ ~Today we celebrate the oldest and the original Christmas Feast, the Epiphany, meaning the Manifestation of the Lord. With the help of the fine German historian of the liturgy, Adolf Adam, I want in you hearing to look at the origins of the Feast of
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