Monthly Archives: March 2016

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

This Sunday is Easter! The Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ is the ultimate Holy Day of the entire liturgical year. Fr. Michael’s reading of this Gospel is very profound. Fr. Jim’s inspiring message is ‘right on’ and it reminds … Continue reading

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“Jesus’ Passion (Luke 22: 14-62)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This is the final Sunday of Lent, and the Passion of Our Lord, Jesus Christ according to Luke is this Sunday’s Gospel. Due to the length on the Passion, Fr. Jim chose to focus on Peter and the three important … Continue reading

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“Hate the Sin, Love the Sinner (John 8: 1-11)” by Fr. Jim Willig

The Scripture for this fifth Sunday of Lent is from the Gospel of John. Fr. Jim titled this Gospel Study, “Hate the Sin, Love the Sinner” because it is about the woman who was caught in adultery. This Gospel starts … Continue reading

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“The Prodigal Son (Luke 15: 1-3; 11-32)” by Fr. Jim Willig

On this forth Sunday of Lent, the Gospel of Luke continues with Jesus preaching to a large group. The tax collectors and sinners were all crowding round to listen to Him. The Pharisees and scribes complained saying, ‘This man welcomes … Continue reading

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