Monthly Archives: March 2014

“Cure of the Blind Man (John 9: 1-41)” by Fr. Jim Willig

On the fourth Sunday of Lent, this Gospel of John addresses the man blind from birth. ¬†Jesus’¬†healing of this blind man serves as a model for all Christians in accepting Christ as our Savior and Redeemer. The disciples raised the … Continue reading

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“Woman at the Well (John 4: 5-42)” by Fr. Jim Willig

On this third Sunday of Lent, the Gospel is the about the woman Jesus met at the well at high noon. The woman went to fetch water at this time when the sun was at it’s hottest in order to … Continue reading

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“Vision Statement (Matthew 17: 1-9)” by Fr. Jim Willig

The is the second Sunday of Lent and the Gospel is the Transfiguration. This Gospel of Matthew shares the time when Jesus went up Mount Tabor with Peter, James and John. There He transfigures in front of his beloved disciples. … Continue reading

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“Temptations (Matthew 4: 1-11)” by Fr. Jim Willig

Lent begins today – Ash Wednesday. The Gospel of Matthew for this Sunday addresses the devil tempting Jesus as he completes his 40 days of fasting in the desert. The devil showed up as soon as Jesus was weak from … Continue reading

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