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Father Kevin's Reflection - September 18, 2016

I’m reading a new book: “Evangelical Catholicism”. I’ve seen those two words many times before…but I’ve never seen them together…and may I say…it’s about time! Some Protestants refer to themselves as Evangelicals…so what does that word mean? 416 more words

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A sermon on the Passion of Christ , and the faith of the Church by St. Anthony of Padua

On the third day God said: Let the earth bring forth the green herb.

The earth or ground (which derives its name from the word ‘grind’) is the body of Christ, which according to Isaiah was ground down for our sins . 901 more words

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A sermon on Baptism by St. Anthony of Padua

On the second day God said: Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters. 962 more words

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A sermon on the Nativity of the Lord - By St. Anthony of Padua

On the first day God said, Be light made.

This light is the Wisdom of God the Father, enlightening every man coming into this world , and dwelling in inaccessible light ; concerning which the Apostle writes to the Hebrews: Who is the brightness and image of his substance; and of which the Prophet says: In thy light we shall see light; and in the Book of Wisdom: Wisdom is the brightness of the eternal light. 325 more words

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A sermon on the seven articles of faith - By St. Anthony of Padua

In the beginning God created heaven and earth.

These words refer to that which contains and that which is contained.

God the Father created, and he re-creates, ‘in the Beginning’ (that is, in the Son). 334 more words

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A sermon for forming the heart of a sinner and on the property of a tile - By St. Anthony of Padua

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

The Holy Spirit says to Ezekiel, that is, to the preacher: And thou, O son of man, take thee a tile, and draw upon it the plan of the city of Jerusalem. 368 more words

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Father Kevin's Reflection - July 31, 2016

Across the diocese, we are once again preparing for the beginning of school. And, with school comes preparing for the Wednesday night CCD programs.  Religious Education classes will soon need to take off and get organized. 545 more words

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