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Matthew 1:1-25

According to Webster Nativity means “the process or circumstances of being born.”  For the Orthodox Church the Nativity of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ does not focus on Jesus as a cute little baby in a manger. 814 more words

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HOMILY: M is for Mary's Yes | Simbang Gabi, Day 7

Fr. Brian Zumbrum’s homilies and reflections are posted weekly at Leaven in the World. To see the archive of all his posts, just click here… 827 more words

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Homily for the Feast of the Holy Family, Year B 2014-15

Homily for the Feast of the Holy Family, Year B 2014-15

The definition of what constitutes a family has certainly changed in the last half century. 997 more words

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Two Homilies for Christmas 2015 (Midnight and During Day)

1. Homily for the Feast of Christmas: The Nativity of the Lord  (At night) 2014-15

“The Angel of the Lord stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. 2,009 more words

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Homily For Christmas, Year A

The Mystery Is Finally Revealed, And The Word Is Among Us!

Readings: (1st: Ish 52, 7-10; Ps: 97, 1-6; 2nd: Heb 1, 1-6; Gos… 1,319 more words

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Fourth Sunday of Advent - Year B

The Annunciation: what a wonderful story, so unexpected and so unpredictable! Here is a nation waiting forever for the promised one but no one expected it to happen like this, least of all Mary. 942 more words

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Third Sunday of Advent - Year B

When Alice fell through the rabbit hole in Wonderland, she was convinced that she had fallen right through the earth and was destined to come out where people would be upside down. 906 more words

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