Homilies from November 2018

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November 11, 2018 – 32nd Sunday of Ordinary Time (B)

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    Rev. Joe Keating 32nd Sunday in O.T. (B) Homily Love: The Economics of Heaven When I was in the seminary over in Europe, I would often check the exchange rate between the euro and the US dollar. Anytime I needed to pay cash at the stores or restaurants, I would go down to the business […]

    November 4, 2018 – 31st Sunday of Ordinary Time (B)

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      Rev. Joseph Keating 31st Sunday of Ordinary Time (B) Homily The human memory is a funny thing. We can all memorize a certain number of things, especially if they are in a set, and if we repeat them often enough. Take, for example, the seven days of the week or the twelve months of the […]

      November 1, 2018 – All Saints Day

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        Rev. Joseph Keating All Saints Homily Today the Universal Church celebrates the feast of All Saints. Many saints are known to us by name. These men and women are examples of a holy life, and they are worth imitating in our own lives as Christians. Many of them have their own special feast day, which […]

        October 28, 2018 – 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time (B)

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          Rev. Joseph Keating 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time (B) Homily We began this liturgical year by “going on a road trip with Saint Mark.” Today we are nearing the end of the road. We’re in Jericho, just about a day’s journey from Jerusalem. And it’s here that we encounter this blind man, Bartimaeus. Our Gospel […]