Monthly Archives: January 2013

“What Would Jesus Say? (Luke 4: 21-30)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim shares the Gospel of Luke that speaks about Jesus preaching in the synagogue of his hometown of Nazareth. As Jesus proclaims his mission, he is rejected by the townsfolk. They questioned, ” Is he just the son of … Continue reading

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Leading Others to Christ (John 1: 35-42) by Fr. Jim Willig

The Gospel of John highlights the first disciples that come and follow Jesus. Andrew is a disciple of John the Baptist. When he leans that Jesus is the Messiah, Andrew immediately runs to find his brother, Simon, so they could … Continue reading

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“Do Whatever Jesus Tells You To Do (John 2: 1-12)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim addresses the Wedding Feast of Cana based on this Gospel of John 2: 1-12.  He explains the meaning of the 6 empty water jugs. Each holding 15 – 20 gallons, which would equal 600 bottles of wine, adding … Continue reading

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The Baptism of Jesus (Luke 3: 15-22) by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim shares his inspiring words about this Gospel of Mark focusing on the baptism of Jesus.  The journey that Jesus took to the Jordan River was a very decisive move to start his public mission. John the Baptist called … Continue reading

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“Wise Men Still Seek Him” (Matthew 2: 1-12) by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday is called the Epiphany. It focuses on the time when the Magi visited the Holy Family and presented the Christ Child with gold, frankincense and myrrh. Fr. Jim gives profound insight determining why these gifts were the ones … Continue reading

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