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7A Sunday of Year Podcasts

Bishop Barron’s Sermons 2020 As we continue our focus on the Old Testament texts, we turn this week to the nineteenth chapter of the book of Leviticus. As the name suggests, the book has a good deal to do with the Levites, who were the priests of ancient Israel. Accordingly, there is much talk of ritual, sacrifice, taboo, the clean […]

Homilies

Jesus has set the standard for how we are to be holy

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Homilies

How to bless evil with love and forgiveness

By Father Perry D. Leiker, pastor

“Wouldn’t it be nice if our spirits were so transformed that, when we faced evil, we didn’t become evil but we blessed it with love and forgiveness?” Father Perry asks us in his homily for the Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time. “Jesus invites us into something very different. It’s about that traveling down and transforming the heart and making us different people.”

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