Monthly Archives: November 2012

“How Will You Observe Advent” (Luke 21: 25-36) by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. It is a time of preparation for the coming of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. Although it is a busy time getting ready for Christmas, we must remember to spend time readying ourselves … Continue reading

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“Who Rules Your Life? (John 18: 33-37)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday is the feast of “Christ the King.” It is the last Sunday of the liturgical year. Fr. Jim reminds us that Jesus is King of Kings. In this Scripture, Pilate was politically correct but morally wrong. He was … Continue reading

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“A New Millenium (Mark 13: 24-32)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Greetings All, This post is repeated because “The New Millennium” is the Gospel for this Sunday, November 18. ┬áSometimes it’s good to listen to Fr. Jim a second time and get a fresh understanding of his profound words. Fr. Jim … Continue reading

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“Whom Do You Admire? (Mark 12: 38-44)” by Fr. Jim Willig

The Gospel of Mark continues on with the story of the poor widow who gives two small copper coins as her contribution to the treasury. ┬áJesus highlights that this woman had given from her need in comparison to the others … Continue reading

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