Monthly Archives: April 2015

“Vine and Branches (John 15: 1-8)” by Fr. Michael Sparough, S.J.

This Sunday the Gospel is from John 15, often called “The Vine and The Branches.” Because Fr. Jim Willig didn’t have a Gospel Study recorded for this Scripture, Fr. Michael Sparough recorded a homily using this Gospel. This is not … Continue reading

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“The Good Shepherd (John 10: 11-18)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday is often called Good Shepherd Sunday. Jesus identifies himself in this Scripture saying, “I am the Good Shepherd.” As the shepherd, He knows each of His sheep by name. His love is so great for His sheep, He … Continue reading

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“Where Does Jesus Appear? (Luke 24: 35-48)” by Fr. Jim Willig

The Easter season continues this Sunday with the Gospel of Luke. This Scripture resumes after the disciples had met Jesus on the road to Emmaus. Cleopas and the other disciple had immediately returned to Jerusalem to find the eleven apostles … Continue reading

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“Doubting Thomas (John 20: 19-31)” by Fr. Jim Willig and “Divine Mercy Sunday” by Fr. Michael Sparough

This Sunday is Divine Mercy Sunday and the Gospel is from John. This Scripture describes the time following the Resurrection when Jesus appeared to His Apostles in the upper room. Thomas was not present at this time. When Thomas returned, … Continue reading

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“Resurrection (John 20: 1-9)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday is Easter, and Fr. Jim gives an inspiring reflection on the Gospel of John focusing on Jesus’ Resurrection. This Gospel is the first report of the Easter Story highlighting the empty tomb. As Fr. Jim unfold this Scripture, … Continue reading

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