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  1. jameeka says:

    Year A: gospel reading, healing the blind man. The pastor discussed how often “to see” was used in the long reading–meaning to see with spiritual sight. When the blind man finally saw Jesus Himself, he worshipped Him. And this is what we do when we finally “see” Jesus. We worship Him.
    Also, in the entire Gospel, Jesus took the initiative and sought the blind man out, the blind man did not ask to be healed. Jesus even sought the man after he had been thrown out of synagogue. The healing happened in stages and caused him all sorts of difficulties, as it shall us too.

    And , because I had read the WDTPRS prior, I grasped a little better “willing proceeds from understanding”.

  2. drohan says:

    Father spoke to us on the love of Jesus. “For God So Loved the World…” That love is not just letting us do whatever we want. No, that we have a responsibility to love our neighbor by demonstrating the virtue of Prudence by instructing the ignorant and admonishing the sinner.

    Jesus loves us, and that is why it is important to go to confession, and that he would be available to hear confession after mass.

  3. Geometricus says:

    OF mass: gospel of John, feeding the 5000, Fr. Bauknecht FSSP gave a homily on preparing well to receive the holy Eucharist worthily and to make a good thanksgiving afterward.

  4. samgr says:

    Fr. Denis Apoldite said, in more than one or two ways, “Go to Confession.” He’s also added regular hours and urged reluctant people to call him first and just chat to help ease their way back to genuine good graces.

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