Monthly Archives: November 2013

“Christ is Coming (Matthew 24: 37-44)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This is the first Sunday of Advent. In this Gospel of Matthew, Jesus is telling his disciples that the Son of Man is coming. Jesus says it will be like the days of Noah before the flood. People had been … Continue reading

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“Right Side (Luke 23: 35-43)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim shares the story of the two criminals that were crucified on both sides of Jesus. The one on the left blasphemed Jesus, mocking him to get down off the cross. The criminal on the right challenged the one … Continue reading

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“Patient Endurance (Luke 21: 5-19)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Fr. Jim shares the Gospel of Luke that speaks about the ‘end of time.’┬áHe explains how many will suffer in the name of Jesus but will be saved through patient endurance. Fr. Jim asks “What condition is our soul in?” … Continue reading

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“Next Life (Luke 20: 27-38)” by Fr. Jim Willig

In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus is once again challenged. This time it is the Sadducees who try to trick Jesus. They give Him an outlandish scenario of a woman who marries a man who in turn dies, so she … Continue reading

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