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March 2017 Homilies

March 26, 2017.mp3 Listen as Fr. Gerry takes us through the deep meaning in the story in today's Gospel (John 9:1-41) of Jesus healing the man who had been blind from birth. This is another great teaching on the progression of coming to an understanding of Jesus and growing in a personal relationship with Him. Do I see Him as the God who is out to get me, or the God who is coming to save me? Where is my blindness?

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March 19, 2017.mp3  Fr. Gerry helps us see this story of the woman at the well (John 4:5-42) a great piece for our Lenten experience. He encourages us to sit with this story. Study the conversation. It's about the deepening understanding of Him and the Living Water.

This Sunday's Readings (Mar 19) text version and audio version
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March 12, 2017.mp3  Fr. Gerry reflects on the journey of life. We will find our way when we ask God what He has in mind for our lives. He guides us. He gives us our bearings. He journeys with us always. We must make time and space to be with Him and listen to Him. We are His beloved daughters and sons!

This Sunday's Readings (Mar 12) text version and audio version
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March 5, 2017.mp3   Fr. Gerry ponders the true meaning of Penance and inspires us to have a truly meaningful Lenten Season.

This Sunday's Readings (Mar 5) text version and audio version
Next Sunday's Readings (Mar 12) text version and audio version

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