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The Day Is Today, the Hour Is Now! A FRIAR'S LIFE - August 6, 2016 HOMILY FOR THE 19th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, August 7, 2016: A priest walked into a bar and made an announcement. He said, "Anyone who wants to go to heaven, please stand up now." Everyone there stood up except for one man who continued to sip his drink at the bar. The priest said to him, "Sir, don't you want to go to heaven when you die?" The man looked up and said, "When I die? Yes. But, I thought you were gathering a group to go right now." We heard in our Gospel today, ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-day-is-today-hour-is-now.html
Loving Our Country As Isaiah Loved His (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - July 3, 2016 Tomorrow we celebrate our nation's birthday: 240 years ago we declared our independence! A lot of us will be at parties, and shooting off fireworks today and tomorrow. I love our nation's birthday, I am sure you do too. The saddest 4th of July I ever had was when I was a seminarian, and I was spending a month in South Korea. It was a wonderful experience overall, but being away from home on Independence Day made me sad; and it was the only 4th of July I ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/07/loving-our-country-as-isaiah-loved-his.html
Last Saturday of May REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - May 28, 2016 Saturday came so quickly this week. Tomorrow is the feast of the Body and Blood of Christ. It used to be celebrated on Thursdays with a Procession of the Blessed Sacrament, but now, at least in Miami, we celebrate it on Sunday. In Rome, it was on Thursday and the Pope gave a beautiful homily. It is a beautiful feast and has its own sequence. I will copy just one verse here: Very bread, good shepherd, tend us, Jesu, of your love befriend us, you refresh us, ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/05/last-saturday-of-may.html
May 18 - Homily for Today FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - May 18, 2016 ... to set aside our own plans – entirely, completely and with no strings attached: plans for tomorrow, for next week, next year: indeed, even plans for the rest of the day! He who says today or tomorrow we will go here or there, spend a year doing such and such – making this or that amount of profit – is "a puff of smoke that appears briefly and then disappears." In the sight of God our plans are nothing, nothing at all. But if we learn to say ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2016/05/may-18-homily-for-today.html