Monthly Archives: January 2011

John Chrysostom on Hebrews 10:24-25

Here is an excerpt from Chrysostom’s homily on the latter part of Hebrews 10.  To read the whole homily visit CCEL: [3.] ( Ver. 24, 25 ) “And” (he says) “let us consider one another to provoke unto love and … Continue reading

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How does your fruit look? – A visual lesson

The gospel reading for today from Mark 4:1-20 presents us with an interesting visual lesson: On another occasion, Jesus began to teach by the sea. A very large crowd gathered around him so that he got into a boat on … Continue reading

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Sunday School Starting this Sunday

Hi everyone, don’t forget we have our Spring session of our Adult Sunday School kicking off this Sunday.  The series will be entitled “To Hold and Teach the Catholic Faith.”  We’ll meet form 10:45-12:00 in the daily mass chapel.  Don’t … Continue reading

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MAT II – Wisdom Literature (01/15)

Holy Ghost will be hosting a MAT II – Wisdom Literature course on January 15th.  Call or email me at the Holy Ghost office for more details. Or, just comment below and I’ll send you more details by email.

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On being frank with God

I am currently reading through the Book of Exodus.  Each time I read through Exodus or Numbers, I am struck by the relationship between God and Moses.  God doesn’t mince words with Moses, but what is sometimes surprising is how … Continue reading

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