Monthly Archives: May 2016

“The Body and Blood of Christ (Mark 14: 12-16; 22-26)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday is the feast of Corpus Christi, also called “The Body and Blood of Christ.”  The Gospel is from Mark and it returns us to the Last Supper, at the beginning of the Passover. Jesus said to His disciples, … Continue reading

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“Trinity Sunday (Matthew 28: 16-20)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday is the feast of the Most Holy Trinity, referred to as Trinity Sunday. Fr. Jim Willlig stopped completing his Gospel Studies after Pentecost Sunday.  Because of this, Fr. Jim never recorded a Bible Study for Trinity Sunday. Fr. … Continue reading

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“Pentecost (John 20: 19-23)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This Sunday is Pentecost – the birthday of the Church.  This Gospel of John highlights the time when Jesus appeared to the Disciples in the Upper Room after His Resurrection. Jesus breathed the Spirit into them and said “Peace be … Continue reading

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“Life is Fragile (John 17: 11-19)” by Fr. Jim Willig

This is the 7th Sunday of Easter and it is also the celebration for the Ascension. This Gospel of John shares Jesus’ prayer for His disciples at the Last Supper. Jesus said this prayer because He knew that He would … Continue reading

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