Monthly Archives: December 2013

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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“The Greatest Story Ever Told (Luke 2: 1-14)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Merry Christmas to all from Heart to Heart! Because Fr. Jim did not have Lunch with the Lord between Christmas and New Year, there is no Bible Study to match this Sunday’s Gospel. Last Sunday the Christmas Story based on … Continue reading

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“Birth of the Messiah (Matthew 1: 18-25)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This is the last Sunday of Advent, and the Gospel is the birth of the Messiah according to Matthew. This reading focuses on the perspective of Joseph. When he finds out that Mary is expecting a baby, he decides to … Continue reading

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“Greater Than John (Matthew 11: 2-11)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This is the third Sunday of Advent. In this Gospel of Matthew, John the Baptist is now in prison. He knows he could be facing death, so John asks if Jesus is truly the Messiah. This seems odd, since John … Continue reading

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“Repent (Matthew 3: 1-12)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This is the second Sunday of Advent. In the Gospel of Matthew, John the Baptist comes onto the scene. He calls all to REPENT. ¬†When he saw the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he shouted at them saying … Continue reading

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