By Father Perry D. Leiker, pastor

“What we are doing right now will grow,” Father Perry tells us in his homily for the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time. “If there’s evil, evil will grow. And he speaks about the end of times when it’s fully grown and then has to be burned out, because he wants us to bring that message back to the present and say, ‘What do I need to do? I need to change. I need to realign, recommit; I need to convert.’ So even his language about the end times was, really, to bring us back to the present, because this is all we got.”

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